Meanwhile, our own public discussion remains either muted or desperate
They have quietly saved hundreds of whales for over 20 years
But there are still fabulous sites to visit and enjoy
Commercial bike tour company and provincial government need to step back and remember who built the trail
Some of our Provincial Parks are among the best in North America. Here’s a look at two of them.
Whether you’re from here or away, the East Coast Trail affords 500 kilometers of opportunity for world class coastal hiking
Council should never have languished in limbo in the first place
When it comes to our environment, government shows a pattern of disregard
I have decided to submit a request to the Office of the Auditor General for a performance audit of the WAER Program because I’m beginning to believe only a voice of that stature and perceived independence will get the attention of the Provincial Government. All other efforts – and I can attest that there have been many – have failed. So, here is my open letter to Terry Paddon, Auditor General for Newfoundland and Labrador.
Delaying the reinstatement of the Wilderness and Ecological Reserves to appoint a “youth representative” is misguided.
Proceed with caution
Four “environmental priorities” listed in Budget 2014 have nothing to do with preservation of our environment
The 500 tons of oil in the sunken ship in Notre Dame Bay is a disaster waiting to happen, and one the Canadian government has officially decided to ignore
Oil companies’ community support is largely centred on the Northeast Avalon
The Northeast Avalon Regional Plan is behind schedule. That might be for the best.
Would industry be as quick to use natural ponds as tailings impoundments if they had to pay full market value?
If private companies want to use controversial practices to exploit oil and gas on the Island’s west coast they’re going to need a green light from the people who live there
A look back at the last eight months in provincial environment and conservation news
How the provincial government squandered an opportunity for economic development and environmental protection on the Island’s South Coast
Newfoundland and Labrador environmental groups have enormous challenges but few funding opportunities