“We can, if we have the wisdom, light a fire in this place and time, so bright and clear that it will be seen by all the children of man. Many of whom still huddle in darkness and misery in... Continue Reading →
Source: En ligne gratuit Déception Durable free online release
An excellent example of guerrilla filmmaking; theirs is a self-funded, two-person film crew who travelled by plane, greyhound, bicycle, pick-up and horseback to bring you the untold stories behind industrial development. Their travels took them to the metropolitan centres as well as the villages and farming communities across Alberta and the North Shore of Quebec.Their hope is that the Oil Sands can serve as a cautionary tale so that Quebecers can envision a future of true sustainable development.
A story of how large-scale resource extraction negatively impacts communities at opposite ends of our country. Having grown up in Fort Assiniboine, Alberta and Sept-Iles, Quebec respectively, William Ray and Michelle Moore realized that the same socioeconomic effects were found... Continue Reading →
Some Québec Environmentalists and activists reaction to the scenario, Featuring Ellen Gabriel, Greenpeace Canada, and Filmmaker Olivier Asselin.
From February 8th to March 6th this year Canadian Forces conducted exercise Réaction Royal 2016. This exercise involved the entire 2nd Division, all the regular and reserve force units in Québec. The government’s DND website states; “The goal of the exercise is to confirm the abilities of Joint Task Force East to plan and conduct joint, national and inter agency operations during a humanitarian crisis.”The real scenario is somewhat darker. According to Canadian Forces spokesman the exercise scenario began with the sinking of a large cruise ship off the north coast of Québec. As the Canadian Forces start to deploy to help with rescue and recovery it is discovered that the ship was sunk by “terrorists.” In the exercise just as this is being discovered, “cells of the…
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We should take full advantage of this
How the oil price collapse can deliver the boost the green economy needs
The collapsing oil price to a new low of $45 a barrel, its lowest for six years, presents major opportunities for the green economy and the climate movement as a whole, but challenges too.
As BusinessGreen’s James Murray argued last week, some of these challenges are significant. But it is important to recognise there are also sizable opportunities that come with low oil prices.
Let’s consider some of these opportunities. The Carbon Tracker Initiative, which first coined the term the “carbon bubble”, foresaw last year that any oil price slide would make many unconventional and high-cost oil projects uneconomic and risked wasting huge piles of investors’ cash. In one of its landmark studies it identified $1.1tr of potential capital expenditure on projects in the next 10 years requiring a market price of over…
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Cela nous fait énormément plaisir d'annoncer que le documentaire Déception Durable fasse parti de la sixième édition de « Cinéma sous les étoiles, présenté par Funanbules Médias. La projection est gratuite et sera suivie d'une discussion avec les directeurs; William... Continue Reading →