BORDER AFFAIRS AT BAY OF FUNDY – 15,000 YEARS OF HISTORY

For 15,000 years there has been change in the Bay of Fundy … starting with glaciation, the great migration, the European invasion, the border disputes and wars, the exploitation, the people and their eco-industries and Canadians and Americans clashing over lobster … Continue reading

OPINION: Burning Eden and Creating Hell – One Last Gluttonous Orgy?

At the outset I wish to apologize if any of the photos included here upset or offend. They upset me and some have been in my mental slide show for a long time now … way back to the atom … Continue reading

TALL SHIP ODYSSEY FIVE-EPISODE WEB SERIES NOW AVAILABLE ON DISCOVERY.CA

– Viewers Invited to Have Their Say About Potential New TV Series – Halifax, Nova Scotia – April 23, 2015 – Many people fantasize about escaping their daily lives and travelling to far away destinations. The Moreland family isn’t just living … Continue reading

ALTERNATE ENERGY: Building a Tidal Energy Industry in Canada a substantial opportunity for Atlantic Canada

BUILDING A TIDAL ENERGY INDUSTRY IN CANADA OFFERS SUBSTANTIAL OPPORTUNITY ACCORDING TO STUDY Thursday, April 23rd, 2015   HALIFAX, NS – A new study released today shows the potential economic opportunity in building a tidal energy industry in Canada is … Continue reading

LNG: Is anyone listening? – The Head Harbour Passage – Cobscook Bay Area is the single most important site along the North Atlantic Coast.

It has been repeated over and over for decades now as developers continue their attempts to establish heavy, polluting coastal fossil fuel industries in the Passamaquoddy – Cobscook Bay area and the unique entrance through Head Harbour Passage. For the … Continue reading

JOBS: Marine Mammal Education and Research Internship New England Aquarium

The New England Aquarium is currently accepting Spring and Summer applicants for their Marine Mammal Education and Research Internship to serve aboard commercial Whale Watch Cruises, which are offered in partnership with Boston Harbor Cruises. Marine Mammal Education & Research … Continue reading

ENERGY: Repsol applies to export LNG from Canaport

Spanish company undecided on whether to proceed with multi-billion dollar plant conversion By Robert Jones, CBC News Posted: Feb 12, 2015 5:42 PM AT Last Updated: Feb 12, 2015 5:42 PM AT The Spanish petroleum company Repsol formally applied this week … Continue reading

OPINION: U.S. Senate says climate change is real … but it isn’t our fault

Well now, isn’t that interesting? Seems most of the US Senate believes climate change is real but only about half of them believe humans have anything to do with it. I was fortunate many years ago to work for and under … Continue reading

NUCLEAR: Be happy! Don’t worry! But did you know this?

As this simple infographic explains it only takes one hit to send you on a path to your possible death. There is no acceptable limit. Yet we accept nuclear development and storage right in our Fundy backyard. … Continue reading

LNG: Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point takes firm stand against Downeast LNG. And they are sounding p—ed off!

Pleasant Point Reservation P.O. Box 262 ~ Perry ~ Maine 04667 Tel. (207) 662-2600 June 8, 2014 Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 888 First Street, NE Room 1A Washington, DC 20428 Re: Downcast LNG, Docket Nos. CP07-52400, CP07-53-000, … Continue reading

POLLUTION: Maine Legislature Takes First Step Towards Averting Disastrous Impacts of Ocean Acidification

Maine’s legislature is taking early steps to address increasingly acidic ocean waters in the Gulf of Maine that threaten the state’s shellfisheries and marine ecosystem. The Gulf of Maine has become increasingly more acidic as CO2 emissions from industrial sources and vehicles … Continue reading

LNG: Researcher warns the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of the United States that they ignore the lessons of history at their own peril.

In a formal letter and submission, Bob Godfrey, Researcher and webmaster for savepassamaquoddybay.org warned Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, that ignoring Canada’s sovereignty could have far reaching implications quoting an historical reference about another “invasion” as … Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: Canada continues to oppose LNG development in Passamaquoddy Bay

Just received at 4:40 pm today, May 17, 2013. Canada’s Ambassador to the United States confirmed again today Canada’s official opposition to the proposed Downeast LNG terminal in Passamaquoddy Bay, Bay of Fundy, stating: Given that LNG vessels would need … Continue reading

LNG: Save Passamaquoddy Bay USA accuses FERC, US Coast Guard and Department of State of Fraud!

Save Passamaquoddy Bay USA has submitted a letter and documentation to FERC claiming fraud was committed by FERC, USCG and Department of State in regards to claims made about the status of the United States under the UN Convention on the … Continue reading