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Articles from Alternatives Journal (September 1, 2012)

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A smear campaign to protect coal: when staffers for Republican Congressman Doug Lamborn's Natural Resources Committee accused an environmental activist of trafficking in child porn, it revealed just how far this pro-coal supporter will go to make his point. Turner, Chris Reprint 914
Advocating for Canada. Gifford, Mark 707
An act of deception: fiction upstages fact in the environmental assessment of Alberta's tar sands. Gailus, Jeff 3296
An open letter to Canadians from Environmental Defence. Smith, Rick Letter to the editor 438
Belief is biased: it's vital to know how our values trump logic. Ingram, Jay 780
Blown out of proportion: expanding wind energy extraction could lead to stormy weather. Nikiforuk, Andrew 675
Can beavers save us? Jakubowski, E. Brief article 201
Copy the cure: ideas worth stealing from the Breast Cancer Foundation. Forman, Gideon Movie review 714
Damage control. Calendar 705
Denial: why the powerful and the desperate ignore the no exit signs. Gibson, Robert 674
Field of nightmares: Ottawa continues to embrace the widespread use of Roundup on Canadian farms by letting corporate seduction trump scientific evidence. Powell, Larry 1946
Going, Going ... Rumble, Eric Movie review 334
How to take action: nine gnarly ways to become a community hero--or just feel good doing something. (You'll still be a hero to us.). List 658
Life after generators: DIY bike power remains one of the Occupy movement's best takeaways. Martin, Melanie J. 659
Natural Reflection. Gutzman, Chelsea Calendar 137
New map globally positions species. Gutzman, C. Website overview 352
Reclaiming Our Power. Gaudreau, Kyrke Book review 727
Schindler's Pissed: freshwater science pioneer David Schindler fires back about tar sands development, closing the Experimental Lakes Area, and why researchers should speak out. Bocking, Stephen Interview 2933
Seahorse power: Project Seahorse aims to change the way we protect shallow-water ecosystems. Seale, Andrew 1372
Standing on guard for thee: environmental advocacy and public policy work has reaped many benefits for Canadians. Here are just a few examples. List 467
Stop Saskatchewan's nuclear reactor. McDonald, L. Brief article 138
The Greenbelt prescription: Hike, walk, bike, find green spaces, go to musical places. 518
The other side of the corn. Rumble, Eric Essay 342
Untruth and consequences. Rumble, Eric Editorial 544
Water Wars, Again. Brooks, David B. Book review 692

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