Blog Archive

British Columbia

Ridley’s Coal Export Collapse Continues

Major coal port expansion now a stranded asset.

Photo Essay: A Family’s Vancouver Bicycle Cruise

The downtown's bikeways, greenways, and separated cycle lanes make for a family-friendly bike ride.

The Comedy and Tragedy of the Port Mann Bridge

Yet another confident projection of endless traffic growth.

10 Key Takeaways from BC’s Polluters-Pay Model

Advice from northern Cascadia.

Advice on Rain Barrel Watering Now As a Pamphlet!

An easy way to share the news on using roof runoff to irrigate veggies.

Sightline Seeks to Daylight Secret Exemptions to Crude Oil Export Ban

Earthjustice, Oil Change International, and Sightline Institute want answers.

Coal Export Markets in Freefall

Falling prices, declining Chinese imports spell bad news for export proposals.

Cascadia’s Car-Sharing Super Bowl

Which city wins the car-sharing trophy?

Why New Improved Oil Trains Are Not Nearly Good Enough

A closer look at the many flaws of CPC-1232 tank cars.

Northwest Oil Spills: The Raw Data and the Growing Risk

Planned projects in US and Canada would dramatically increase spills.