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Who has the responsibility?
Individuals are constantly being asked to stop polluting but how much can the 'little person' do when compared with the amount of pollution large institutions and corporations create? Are our individual efforts just a drop in the bucket?

À qui revient la responsabilité?
Nous somme constamment demandé d'arrêter de polluer (Faire le défi Une tonne, ramasser nos déchets).   En tant que simple individu, combien pouvons nous accomplir comparé aux quantités de pollution émises par les institutions et les grosses corporations?  Est-ce que notre effort individuel est juste une goutte dans l'océan?

 

 

 




 


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See No Evil, Speak No Evil: Nuclear Refurbishment in New Brunswick
Larry Lack

"
Two disturbing subjects cast doubt..."

Le nord est déjà trop pollué
Florian Lévesque

"...on a découvert de la contamination dans les cours d'école"


(Photo: La Voix du Restigouche)


(Photo:  Robert Del Tredici)

Refurbishing Lepreau: 
Let's Protect the Workers and 
their Families

Gordon Edwards

" Exposures to very low doses of atomic radiation, can cause fatal cancers."

Living the Sacred Trust: Protecting Mother Earth for the Seventh Generation
Dan Ennis

"We are now coming together with all our brothers and sisters all over the world."


(Photo: Native Youth Magazine)


(Photo: Jean-Paul LeBlanc)
Est-ce que les conceptions de l'environnement influencent l'inaction environnementale?
Gilles Martin

"...
on ne fait pas le lien entre l'état de l'environnement et notre style de vie"
The Problem of Hog Factories
Neil Gardner

"Hog factories destroy the social fabric and the environment."


(Photo: Neil Gardner)


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Qui a raison? Le Conseil de Conservation du NB ou Elvy Robichaud ?

Romain Landry

"Que penser des cigarettes géantes qui émettent de la fumée cancérigène... "

The first of its kind in Canada!
Jane O'Rourke

"...the Minister announced a province-wide idling ban for all school buses"


(Photo: State of New Jersey)


(Photo: André Laurion)

Poetry ~ Poème

Apathy
Patty Donovan

No "green" hiding behind nuclear energy
Beth McLaughlin

"...the world recognized nuclear power as a dirty, dangerous and unnecessary technology.


(Photo:  Robert Del Tredici)