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The Stream, February 7, 2020: Canada Dismisses First Nations Objections to Trans Mountain Oil Pipeline Expansion

The Global Rundown Canada‘s federal court rejects First Nations challenges to an expansion of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline. Wolverine World Wide and Michigan authorities are set to finalize a $69.5 million settlement over PFAS contamination in Western Michigan. The heaviest rainfall in two years hits parts of New South Wales, Australia. Missouri sues the […]

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The Stream, September 12, 2019: Canada Pressures Homeowners to Move from Flood-Prone Coastal Areas

The Global Rundown The Canadian government pressures homeowners to relocate from flood-prone coastal areas. The city of Chicago plans to set up flood barriers along Lake Michigan. Abnormally dry conditions fuel forest fires in Indonesia. Officials in Flint, Michigan, remain wary declaring that the city’s water is safe. Detailed mapping shows the extent of 2019 […]

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The Stream, December 21: Canada Plans to Tap Coastal Waters in Offshore Drilling Expansion

The Global Rundown A section of Alaska’s Kenai River fails to meet water quality standards after high boat traffic muddies the waterway. Warming ocean temperatures double snowfall in North America’s mountain ranges, a study finds. Canada considers offshore oil drilling amid pipeline leaks and other issues. The Yemen conflict bypasses the 1,000-day mark as access […]

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The Stream, September 25: In Canada, Global Warming Could Open Up Millions of Acres of Farmland

The Global Rundown Global warming could produce millions of acres of new farmland in Canada as frigid land thaws. Drought conditions are expected to ease throughout Australia as a cold front brings rain. Hurricane Maria weakens a dam in Puerto Rico, prompting thousands of downstream communities to evacuate. Drought-stricken nations across the world are turning […]

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The Stream, February 10: Canada Falling Short On First Nations Water

The Global Rundown Efforts to improve drinking water quality for First Nations in Canada face significant challenges, according to a new report. Subsidence in California could disrupt water deliveries to farmers, while massive water flows at the Lake Oroville dam could force operators to open an emergency spillway. The Philippines’ environment secretary says she will […]