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November 28, 2022
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Canada’s Dangerous Waters

November 28, 2022
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November 22, 2022

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“Climate Mourners” Visit lululemon’s Downtown Vancouver Stores on Black Friday

November 25, 2022
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Fashion Brands’ Net Zero Commitments Are Greenwashing

November 22, 2022
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Canada must join vulnerable nations fighting for a loss and damage fund, fossil fuel phase-out, 1.5, adaptation and nature in COP27 cover decision

November 17, 2022

British Columbia teachers urge teachers union to honor divestment resolution ahead of BCTF executive meeting

November 17, 2022

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"There’s this perverse incentive to treat Canada like a toilet bowl," says Anna Barford, Canada shipping campaigner at Stand.earth. "They’re just using us like a highway and tossing stuff left, right and centre."
The more connections a brand has to companies that may have a role in deforestation, the higher the risk, said Greg Higgs, the study’s lead researcher.
"Oil drilling in the amazon is really the last place crude oil should be coming from" -- Tyson Miller, Amazon Campaign Director
"There’s this perverse incentive to treat Canada like a toilet bowl," says Anna Barford, Canada shipping campaigner at Stand.earth. "They’re just using us like a highway and tossing stuff left, right and centre."
The more connections a brand has to companies that may have a role in deforestation, the higher the risk, said Greg Higgs, the study’s lead researcher.
"Oil drilling in the amazon is really the last place crude oil should be coming from" -- Tyson Miller, Amazon Campaign Director