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30 November 2016
Want to help the environment? Do you know about the Laure Waridel bursary for student researchers? This $10,000 grant supports action research that makes a difference to society. This year’s themes are renewable energies, transportation, pesticides and organic food. Other social or...
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29 November 2016
The Canadian government must act now and stop creating an incentive to produce and pollute more by giving billions in subsidies to the coal, oil and natural gas industries. Canada’s fossil fuel subsidies total $3.3 billion, which amounts to paying polluters $19 for each tonne of carbon...
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23 November 2016
Marrakesh, Friday, November 18, 2016 The negotiations of the 22nd Conference of the Parties (COP) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), held in Marrakesh, came to a close in the early hours of Friday morning. COP22 aimed to set actions in motion in line with the...
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15 November 2016
Ambiguous, obsolete and unfair laws governing charities are actually silencing many of them. These NGOs, who are working to influence public policy in your name, are experiencing costly audits of their political activities by the Canada Revenue Agency. Corporations, on the other hand, can spend...
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15 November 2016
If you’re a master’s or PhD student engaged in a participatory environmental or social research project, submit an application for the 9th Laure Waridel bursary by January 15, 2017, midnight. You could win $10,000, which Équiterre and Desjardins Caisse d’économie solidaire will...
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