Note that not all Species at Risk in Alberta are included in this list:
Great Plains Toad
Northern Leopard Frog
Columbia Spotted Frog
Ord’s Kangaroo Rat
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Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development
Species at Risk
We are, above all else, biological beings, with an absolute need for clean air. We are about 60% water by weigh so we need clean water to be healthy. We need clean soil to give us clean food.
Water is not only a resource, it is a life source. We all share the responsibility to ensure a healthy, secure and sustainable water supply for our communities, environment and economy – our quality of life depends on it.
If you want to be scared, you don’t need to watch a horror movie.
Just use Google Earth and zoom in and see what Alberta’s tar sands look like from space.
It is not a pretty sight. In fact, it’s scary.
Popcorn with that?
The oilsands project is a significant contributor to carbon emissions and global warming
A connection between the oilsands projects and events like intense flooding nearby and 9 of the hottest 10 years on record?
While a single event cannot be used to provide evidence for or against climate change, scientific models predict that global warming will lead to more intense flooding in some places, more intense droughts in others, more intense hurricanes, melting of the polar ice caps. and a variety of other negative outcomes.
… Continue reading -> Opinion: Climate change, pipelines and Alberta floods
The Conservatives can’t even have a reasonable conversation on whether Alberta’s energy industry is contributing to Dutch disease in Canada, let alone wrap their minds around the impact of rising greenhouse-gas emissions on the state of the planet.