Indigenous Peoples

14/12/23
Author: 
Nina Lakhani
The UN climate chief, Simon Stiell (left); the Cop28 president, Sultan al-Jaber; and Hana al-Hashimi, the chief Cop28 negotiator for the UAE, pose for photos at the end of Cop28. Photograph: Peter Dejong/AP

Dec. 13, 2023

Developing countries call agreement to transition away from fossil fuels ‘unfair’ and ‘inequitable’

As the leaders of the developed world hailed the Cop28 agreement to “transition away” from fossil fuels as historic, Indigenous people, frontline communities and climate justice groups rebuked the deal as unfair, inequitable and business as usual.

11/12/23
Author: 
Protect the Planet
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For Immediate Release

Dec 11, 2023

Land Defenders chain themselves to Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion (TMX) boring tunnel to protect sacred Secwépemc territory

11/12/23
Author: 
Brent Patterson
Still from Brandi Morin video

Dec. 10, 2023

 

Open trench construction for the Government of Canada-owned Trans Mountain pipeline near Pipsell (Jacko Lake) is underway despite the opposition of land defenders.

09/12/23
Author: 
Andrew Nikiforuk
We pretend extracting more metals to build bigger vehicles whose electricity is largely powered by fossil fuels is progress. Photo via Shutterstock.

Dec. 8, 2023

Sputtering EV promises, in 13 scenes. And the true road to surviving the climate crisis.

09/12/23
Author: 
Nelson Bennett
Artist's rendering of Ksi Lisims LNG, a floating LNG project proposed for the north end of Pearse Island snorth of Prince Rupert. | Submitted

Dec. 6, 2023

The Nisga’a Nation-backed Ksi Lisims LNG project appears to have sparked considerable pushback during a public comment period as part of the BC Environment Assessment Office’s review.

Whereas the Haisla Nations’ much smaller Cedar LNG project sailed through the environmental review process with just 16 written submissions, the Nisga’a Nation’s much larger project liquefied natural gas project – Ksi Lisims – generated more than 500 written comments, many of them anonymous, the bulk of them negative.

23/11/23
Author: 
Lax Kw’alaams First Nation
Lax Kwʼalaams backdropped by Mount McNeil of the Kitimat Ranges

Nov. 17, 2023

PRINCE RUPERT, British Columbia, Nov. 17, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --  Mayor Garry Reece on behalf of the Lax Kw’alaams First Nation wishes to make a public statement regarding the Ksi Lisims LNG project (the “Project”), a proposed initiative on Pearse Island within Lax Kw’alaams’ traditional territory.

Mayor Garry Reece wishes to emphasize that the neither the Lax Kw’alaams Council nor the Nine Allied Tribes of Lax Kw’alaams have approved or consented to the Project, and therefore it cannot proceed on Lax Kw’alaams’ traditional territory.

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