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[field_date] During my decade-long career as the head of ForestEthics, I've become a hopeless tree geek. Dr. Seuss' Lorax come to life, my days are too often spent studying the sources of forest destruction: endless piles of catalogs and junk mail, mountains of copy paper with no recycled content, and other forest-plowing norms of modern life.... read more »
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[field_date] Nashville is one of the most famous music towns in the world, so I decided to bring my message of forest destruction in the form of a song! Along with twelve of my friends from area high schools I visited a Verizon store in downtown Nashville to show off my tree chopping dance skills. Everyone in the store was wowed by our fancy footwork!... read more »
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[field_date] People do not stand outside before dawn in the rain without good reason.... read more »
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[field_date] Today it was announced that by the end of the year Enbridge CEO Pat Daniel would be ending his more than three decade tenure at the company, and that his role as president has been immediately transferred to Al Monaco.... read more »
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[field_date] There have been lots of times in life when I wish I had a smell recorder, and every trip I take up to the pristine coast of British Columbia is no exception. The Great Bear Rainforest is truly home to a bouquet of fragrances: from the earthiness of the rainforest floor (rich with decaying wood, giving vital nutrients back to the soil) to the sweet scent from cedars and hemlocks, all mingling with salty breeze from the ocean.... read more »
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[field_date] Vancouver, BC - Canadian Anthropologist and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Wade Davis will be in Vancouver to promote protection of the Sacred Headwaters and the release of his book The Sa... read more »
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[field_date] The industrial grace of trains has captivated me since I was a child counting freight cars through the window on family road trips. I’ve always dreamed of taking the train across Canada, but never could have imagined I’d find myself riding the train in support of First Nations fighting to defend their lands and waters.... read more »
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[field_date] Edmonton, Alberta - I’ve probably heard the word “water” twice as often as the word “oil” from Yinka Dene Chiefs and elders on the Freedom Train.  Water is sacred to the Yinka Dene people; it’s why they’ve legally banned Enbridge’s proposed Northern Gateway pipelines from their watersheds.... read more »
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[field_date] The Yinka Dene Alliance (YDA) Freedom Train just left Winnipeg, on the final leg of the journey to the Enbridge shareholder’s meeting in Toronto, which takes place on W... read more »
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