In developing world, pollution kills more than disease

Pollution, not disease, is the biggest killer in the developing world, taking the lives of more than 8.4 million people each year, a new analysis shows. That’s almost three times the deaths caused by malaria and fourteen times those caused by...

Has Wyoming passed peak coal?

Introductory note by Vancouver Ecosocialists: Much of the planned expansion of coal exports from the ports of Vancouver and Prince Rupert  is the therrmal coal that is strip mined in Wyoming. The following article looks at the dim commercial...

Don’t sell cheap U.S. coal to Asia

EASTSOUND, Wash. — FROM where I live on Orcas Island in Puget Sound, north of Seattle, I can see Cherry Point across the wind-whipped waters of the Salish Sea. This sandy promontory jutting into Georgia Strait has become the focus of heated debate...

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