BC animal artist Sarah Ronald on her philosophy, showing human impact on wildlife, the role of art and her new exhibit at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum in Vancouver.
The Fur-Bearers have filed an applicationfor leave to appealto the Supreme Court of Canada.
Green Party of Canada leader Elizabeth May joins the show to talk practical government policies to combat climate change, and how we can all help on a daily basis.
We know this decision cannot be simple for you. Kinder Morgan, a big oil company out of the United States, wants to spend a great deal of money in Canada on a pipeline expansion that they propose will make Canadians a lot of money. It’s understandable that you have to look at the potential economic impacts an expanded oil industry could provide for your programs and the people of our nation, and not outright reject every idea to which a few individuals object.
Images of distraught sea animals being strangled or hampered by plastic six-pack rings are burned into our collective memories. The connective bits of plastic were
The time it takes to clean up after an outdoor festival should never extend past the time of the festival itself. Seems like a reasonable
Microbeads are tiny little pieces of plastic widely used in skin and hair care products for their exfoliating properties. But the scientific evidence that shows
Today is Earth Day, and The Fur-Bearers have come up with four easy ways that you can be an eco-hero!
The good news: 40 organizations and community groups across Canada have received funding as part of the Aviva Community Fund. The great news: 45 per
Eyebrows are raising around the world after what can only be called a disastrous week of disturbing news from Canada’s leaders on issues such as
Today we gave Nova Scotia’s Department of Agriculture notice: we’re paying attention. Several fur farms were identified in the formal complaint, which highlighted clear and
There are an awful lot of pipelines in the works. On May 10, tens of thousands of people across Canada took to the streets and parks to protest against their building, expansion and rerouting. The proposed Northern Gateway pipelines and the expansion of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline are the main concerns in BC. The Energy East and Line 9 pipelines are the big worries in eastern Canada; the planned completion of the Keystone XL pipeline across the USA to the Texas gulf coast matters most to our friends south of the border. There is very good reason for all of this concern and protest.