In the news: “Responsible Resource Development” Compromise or war in the woods? Posted on April 28, 2012 by Robin Rowland The Conservatives are now calling their environmental new policy “Responsible Resource Development.” Is that Orwellian newspeak or a real compromise? One analyst fears polarization could lead to a new “war in the woods” in BC. Share Resource development a rocky road for feds – Politics – CBC News If the road to hell is paved with good intentions, then the government’s plan for “responsible resource development” (RRD) is shaping up … Cbc Share Opposition MPs demand separate environment bill – Politics – CBC News Opposition MPs are angry with the government for proposing major environmental policy changes in the budget implementation bill introduce… Cbc Share Pipeline spill would put 34 parks at risk: study Dozens of parks and protected areas in B.C. would be at risk of oil contamination if there was a spill from the proposed Enbridge Norther… Timescolonist Share Budget kills climate accountability legislation, weakens oversight OTTAWA – Finance Minister Jim Flaherty has proposed the elimination of federal climate change accountability and reporting mechanisms wit… Canada Share Budget bill puts environmental laws on chopping block – Ecojustice FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Clearing of Canada’s environmental laws makes way for industry, leaves Canadians at risk VANCOUVER – More than one-… Ecojustice LNG Share U.S. Gas Export Limit of 10% Would Be ‘Smart,’ Dow CEO Says Dow Chemical Co. (DOW) Chief Executive OfficerAndrew Liveris said it would be “smart” for the U.S. to limit natural-gas exports to 10 per… Bloomberg Share it now!