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Tar Sands and Tankers Part 3: The Exxon Valdez

January 8, 2009 | 

    Enbridge Inc, a Calgary-based pipeline company, wants to bring tar sands tankers to British Columbia’s coast. In this, the third in a series of four videos by ...

Tar Sands and Tankers Part 4: Modeling a BC Spill

January 8, 2009 | 

    Enbridge Inc, a Calgary-based pipeline company, wants to bring tar sands tankers to British Columbia’s coast. In this, the last in a series of four videos by ...

Tar Sands – The Dark Side of the Boom

November 26, 2008 | 

Province wide speaking tour on the effects of unfettered growth of the Alberta Tar Sands on British Columbia. Kitimat – Nov. 24,  Vancouver – Nov. 25, Kamloops – Nov. ...

Tsilhqot'in Ruling Rocks BC; Aftershocks To Come

November 23, 2008 | 

If a tremor shakes BC’s forestsand no one talks about it, was there an earthquake? We are going to find out whenthe shock waves of the groundbreaking decision in ...

Building the World We Desire in the Face of Global Warming.

November 19, 2008 | 

Norman Gludovatz The recent American Election was fascinating to watch from the perspective of a political organizer. Among other things we heard how the Obama campaign had canvassers talking ...

British Columbia: Nigeria North?

November 14, 2008 | 

    Produced by Monty Basset and the crew of Out Yonder Productions, “British Columbia: Nigeria North?” has received over 180,000 views on YouTube since its launch in the ...

All Parties Debate, The Environment

October 8, 2008 | 

Filmed by James Falcon Debate Sponsored by Dogwood Initiative, Polis Project, Sierra Club, Conservation Voters of BC and BCSEA.

Robert Bateman defaces painting

August 19, 2008 | 

  Concept: Rethink Communications Director and Editor: Bill Weaver, Across Borders Media; Cinematography: David Malysheff, Gamut Productions / Bill Weaver; Music: Niels Petersen, Lebeau-Petersen Productions; And, many thanks to ...

Telling Stories from 2050- How Do BC Forests Fare?

June 20, 2008 | 

Yesterday I was part of a ‘forest futures’ scenario project developed by the Sustainable Forest Management Network of Canada (SFMN).  The project has been compiling input on four futuristic ...

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