Explosion at the International Paper Mill

Article by Derek Cosson, January 22, 2017 Click here to view the original article on The Pulse website. A large explosion took place Sunday evening at the International Paper mill in Cantonment, Fla. near Pensacola, with residents reportedly hearing the explosion as...

B.C. Hydro spent $17.5 million to not buy power

By: Cassidy Olivier Bill Bennett, Minister of Energy and Mines and Minister Responsible for Core Review, speaks about Site C Clean Energy Project during a press conference at the Legislative Press Theatre in Victoria, B.C., Tuesday December 16, 2014. CHAD HIPOLITO /...

Toxic Moss in Portland

Original Article: The New York Times By: KIRK JOHNSON MARCH 2, 2016 PORTLAND, Ore. — The 346 clumps of moss that science researchers from the United States Forest Service scraped from tree trunks and branches across this city looked as ordinary as moss gets — ancient,...

Surplus land nets Catalyst $4.5 million

Group also has pending deal for Wildwood PRSC parcels by Chris Bolster | reporter@prpeak.com Photo: Catalyst has sold a large parcel of land just under 600 acres adjacent to the mill site to an undisclosed group. The group also has a pending deal with the city for...

New film: The Future of Paper

BY: MANDY HAGGITH A new film expressing a vision for the future of paper was launched by civil society today in advance of Paper World, the paper industry gathering in Frankfurt, Germany. The film argues that as a global society we need to look at this everyday...

Harper’s War on Science

BY: JOYCE NELSON Canada’s Information Commissioner, Suzanne Legault, agreed at the end of March to launch an investigation into the extensive muzzling of federally-funded scientists at the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO), Environment Canada, Natural Resources...