If the Nova Scotian government seeks to bring balance to the budget, it must let the funds flow to green infrastructure.
by Chris Benjamin | Mar 18, 2010
The 48-storey Skye Halifax proposal is a classic progress trap. Are we smart enough to avoid it?
by Chris Benjamin | Jul 12, 2012
The environmental review for expanded gypsum mining was written by a company with connections to a mining group has approved a mining extension for Fundy Gypsum that threatens biodiversity, water quality and farming on the Avon Peninsula in Hants County.
by Chris Benjamin | Feb 18, 2010
Premier Darrell Dexter and his historic NDP majority talk a good game on the environment, but they act more like Conservatives
by Chris Benjamin | May 17, 2012
Holiday fiction from our Sustainable City columnist.
by Chris Benjamin | Dec 23, 2010
Critics say the Canada–Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board is letting the oil and gas industry regulate itself, and under new legislation it's only going to get worse.
by Chris Benjamin | Jun 28, 2018
Blowout risks are 10 to 100 times worse than BP Canada's predictions, says international engineering expert.
by Chris Benjamin | May 17, 2018
New US regulations and an increase in scientific study demand the Canadian government take action to protect the endangered marine mammals.
by Chris Benjamin | Sep 7, 2017
The government made a lot of environmental promises on the campaign to re-election. Now it's time for them to deliver.
by Chris Benjamin | Jun 8, 2017
Rural community's dirty water is a political football no one wants to touch.
by Chris Benjamin | May 4, 2017
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