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Alberta Environment

Alan Ernst and his wife Madeline were world travellers for most of their adult lives. So when they decided to settle down
Even before there was a script for my last film, Noah, I was interested in the environmental message in scripture. Man and
Sometimes it takes fiction to capture the true nature of terrible pain. This is one of those times. Calgary is coping with
Whether we like it or not, the world is using Alberta's development of our oilsands as a proxy in the fight against climate change, in large part because our transparent regulatory reporting system requires Alberta producers to report the impacts of their operations.
Pattison Outdoor Advertising is denying allegations that the company's decision to not run a Greenpeace billboard in Alberta
An Alberta non-profit dedicated to addressing climate change announced Monday that it will be shutting down, two years after
Petropolis - Aerial Perspectives on the Alberta Tar Sands (condensed) from Grimthorpe Film on Vimeo. Neil Young has made
Mercury levels around the Alberta oilsands are 16 times higher than background loads, with contamination taking on the shape
Dene leaders are demanding the provincial and federal government do more to protect the territory's waters from development
Locals living close to oil and gas projects in what is known as Alberta's Industrial Heartland are not surprised that a recent
The "major failure" of a pit at an Alberta coal mine has released one billion litres of contaminated water into the Athabasca
Cashing Out is The Huffington Post Alberta's look into lives of Albertans who are trying to make their dollars stretch a
Right now in Alberta, tar sands bitumen is spilling into the environment at four different sites, one directly underneath a lake. All four spills have been spilling for months and the Alberta and Canadian governments know all about it, they are just powerless to stop them.
Canada's greenhouse gas emissions continue to level off or decline in most sectors - with the exception of the Alberta oilsands