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Published on: 30 Sep 2013 By

What will it take for facts to overcome fear about wind turbines?

People who actually live with and host wind turbines on their properties are rarely heard in the emotional debate on wind farms and health. Australian filmmaker and researcher Neil Barrett is giving this critical group a voice in his excellent short film,The way the wind blows. Evidence arou…

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Published on: 26 Sep 2013 By

Approvals Reform to tackle Brownfields/ Surplus soil issues

The Ontario Ministry of the Environment has announced another round of consultations on Modernization of Approvals. This time, they say, they will tackle the high stakes problems of surplus soil movements and contaminated sites. See presentation,Brownfields Modernization.

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Published on: 24 Sep 2013 By

Ontario Power Generation Intends to Double Size of Radioactive Waste Burial on Lake Huron.

The Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) and a consortium of environmental groups has requested that the Federal Joint Review Panel suspend hearings assessing the Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) radioactive waste dump proposal until the company clarifies its stance on the status of…

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Published on: 23 Sep 2013 By

US EPA again proposes carbon standards for new sources in power plants

Since the US Congress can’t, or won’t, regulate greenhouse gases, President Obama is moving ahead to do so using his executive powers and the existing Clean Air Act. The US Environmental Protection Agency  has proposed  revised greenhouse gas “New Source” performance …

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Published on: 19 Sep 2013 By

Sage Grouse to be protected by Emergency Protection Order, later

Following a recent loss in the Federal Court of Appeal, Minister of the Environment Leona Aglukkaq announced earlier this week that the federal government will (later) introduce an Emergency Protection Order for the Greater Sage-Grouse, or at least for those of this rapidly declining species…

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Published on: 17 Sep 2013 By

New guidance on a tough issue: Aboriginal Consultation and Renewable Energy

Ontario’s “Aboriginal Consultation Guide for Preparing a Renewable Energy Approval (REA) Application” which provides guidance and direction on the Aboriginal consultation requirements for renewable energy projects under Ontario Regulation 359/09 under the Environmental Protection Act w…

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