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I have had the chance recently to sit back and look at what Damien and I and indeed others like Erik Andersen have written over the last four or five years on environmental matters and I wonder whether or not we haven’t fallen into the trap of debating serious social and safety issues strictly on […]

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This article was passed along to me by IC Magazine. It was written by Barbara Fraser, and  published by Environmental Health News. Because of the importance of the subject matter, it is reproduced here it its entirety. CUNINICO, Peru – On the last day of June, Roger Mangía Vega watched an oil slick and a […]

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I am, God knows, no scientist and it’s this that made by heart warm when I saw the story in the Vancouver Sun, September 1 at page A5 headlined “Tankers too risky for coast environment, engineers say”. Three engineers including two professors emeritus from UBC have verified what I and others have been saying for […]

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One must, I suppose, take newspaper tycoon David Black’s offer to build a refinery near Kitimat seriously, although the idea is preposterous on several fronts. For openers, he doesn’t tell us who will be behind such a refinery. He admits he doesn’t have the money – an important matter. Of course, Mr. Black tosses out […]

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