Posts from ‘In Depth’ - Page 5

Crashing Shell's Party

June 9, 2008 | 

A giant wind turbine rotated slowly within view of the entrance to the Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex in Toronto, providing a fitting backdrop for the Gala of the 2008 ...

Western Forest Products threatens to build acreages if Ida Chong approves new rules

April 11, 2008 | 

Before I, and the rest of us at Dogwood, head off to enjoy a weekend in the sun, I thought I would take a minute to comment on a ...

BC Securities Commission investigating strange Western Forest Products trades

April 3, 2008 | 

UPDATE (April 14th 2008): Due to the possible financial consequences associated with revealing who or who isn’t being investigated, the BC Securities Commission does not confirm or deny who ...

Energy Corridor proposed in Throne Speech sends shivers down the coast

February 14, 2008 | 

The new Throne speech energy corridor proposal turns rumblings from a pipeline giant into a real threat of oil spills. Announcements by energy giant Enbridge and the BC government ...

Interview with a Granny

February 6, 2008 | 

Interview with a Granny Last week I was lucky to take time out of my busy schedule and gain some perspective from raging granny Gillian Sanderson. She was eager ...

Addicted to Revenue

January 16, 2008 | 

<P>When commentators refer to a global ‘addiction’ to fossil fuels, the addiction is typically meant to refer to the actual use of oil, gas, coal, etc. to power the ...

New Year Reflections

January 9, 2008 | 

The New Year brings with it the opportunity to take stock of our accomplishments and look to the future. 2007 was a momentous year for Dogwood Initiative. Not only ...

Shell's Dirty Hands

December 21, 2007 | 

In the latest chapter of a story that has seen the third largest corporation in the world arrest grandmothers, and sue elders for lost revenue, Royal Dutch Shell appears ...

Coastal Vigilance

December 20, 2007 | 

Since the late sixties David Anderson has kept a lookout for oil and gas projects on BC’s coast. Now it’s time for the next generation to take the watch. ...

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