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The Truth about Nuclear Energy: Is it Really Green?

By Jamie-Leigh Gonzales / May 27, 2024 / Comments Off on The Truth about Nuclear Energy: Is it Really Green?

As temperatures rise and the impacts of climate change continue to alter our relationship with the environment around us, governments and industry tout nuclear power as a “zero-emission” energy source. But as we already know — when it comes to supplying energy and resources for the lifestyle of consumption that has become the norm —…

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A Nuclear Meltdown on Kebaowek First Nation’s Territory… with U.S. President Jimmy Carter?!

By Levin Chamberlain / May 27, 2024 / Comments Off on A Nuclear Meltdown on Kebaowek First Nation’s Territory… with U.S. President Jimmy Carter?!

We have learned so much about the impacts of industry on the natural world. Billions of dollars have been spent on science and technology to figure out what kinds of impacts occur when we clear-cut forests, tear open the Earth for minerals, and dam sacred rivers. We have also learned about these impacts the hard…

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Indigenous-led Assessment Urges Relocation of Radioactive Waste Dump from Ottawa River

By Levin Chamberlain / May 27, 2024 / Comments Off on Indigenous-led Assessment Urges Relocation of Radioactive Waste Dump from Ottawa River

Since time immemorial, the Kebaowek First Nation have been the caretakers of their ancestral lands and the life-giving waters of the Kichi Sibi (Ottawa river). Despite the ongoing harms of colonization, the resilient spirit of the Anishinabeg Algonquin people has ensured that life’s abundance and biodiversity endure. However, there is a real threat of severe…

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