How Fort Nelson First Nation successfully challenged Nexen
In September 2015, the British Columbia government took back a water license it had granted to Nexen Inc in 2012 for shale gas fracking in the northeast of the province.
Of Aquifers and Uncertainty: Sustainable Water Use in Twin Lakes, BC
One woman's mission to protect a vulnerable aquifer from being taxed.
How New Brunswick Got off the Frack Track
In 2014, the province of New Brunswick issued a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing. This webinar looks at how concerns over freshwater health were central to community mobilizations.
Achieving Target 1 webinar
How can we achieve Target 1 of Canada's Biodiversity Strategy to protect 17% of land and freshwater by 2020? Find out at this free webinar with guest speakers Stephen Hazell and Eli Enns.
Downstream Impacts: Defending Wood Buffalo National Park
WBNP is an important cultural, spiritual and ecological site. But upstream industrial projects are putting this UNESCO biosphere under threat.