Arctic Towns, Railways, and Pipelines At Risk of Permafrost Thaw Damage
About 45 percent of globally important oil and gas fields in the Russian Arctic are located in zones made hazardous by permafrost melt, scientists said.
What Anti-Pipeline Warriors Have Learned from Standing Rock
The South Dakota protest didn't stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, but it energised a movement.
Justin Trudeau’s Climate Change Policy Leans Towards ‘Realistic’ Rather Than ‘Ambitious’
From ambiguity on pipelines to carbon emissions, the Trudeau government is gearing up to disappoint a lot of people hoping for a massive shift in environmental policy.
Canadian Protesters Keep Shutting Down the Line Nine Oil Pipeline
Activists chained themselves to a valve in the name of Indigenous land claims before being arrested on Monday.
A Look Back at How Canada Fucked Up the Environment in 2015
Canada started 2015 as pretty much just the worst and ended the year not quite the worst.
Inside Canada’s Anti-Pipeline Resistance Camp
For several years, the Unis'tot'en clan have been manning checkpoints on the boundaries of their territory, where energy companies plan to construct pipelines.
Black Goo, the Environment, and the End of the World
Douglas Coupland looks to the past to find an answer for the impending environmental apocalypse of the extreme present.
First Nation Leaders Say Tensions with the Canadian Authorities Are at a 25-Year High
Two and a half decades after the Oka land dispute in Quebec turned deadly, Indigenous leaders from coast to coast tell VICE it could easily happen again.
Local Governments in Canada Say the Feds' Response to Vancouver Fuel Spill Was Too Slow
Politicians blamed each other for delayed spill response last week, as many popular Vancouver beaches remain closed.