Tag Archive: Wildlife

Raincoast Conservation Foundation’s Written Evidence

Threats to the Southern Resident Killer Whales from human activities and other evidence

#AcousticImpacts #EnvironmentalImpacts #KillerWhales #OilSpill #RCF #Wildlife

Wildlife Existing in an Industrial Marine Setting

234 bird species at Maplewood tidal estuary

#birds #Coyotes #Deer #NSNOPE #Otters #TidalEstuary #Wildlife

Health Impacts of Pipelines and Oil Spills

Past oil spills have impacted worker health, wildlife and public health

#HumanHealth #NSNOPE #OilSpill #Vancouver #Whales #Wildlife

Potential negative impacts to North Shore residents

North Shore residents are concerned about the impact on their environment, health and lifestyle

#EnvironmentalImpacts #HazardsAndDangers #HumanHealth #NSNOPE

Wild Salmon of the Fraser River and Salish Sea: The risk from oil spills

An oil spill could be devastating to at risk species.

#Fish #OilSpill #RCF #Salmon #Tankers #Wildlife

Forage fish of the Salish Sea: The risk from the oil spills and tankers

Oil spill impacts on forage fish would have impacts throughout the food chain.

#Fish #MarineBirds #OilSpill #RCF #Salmon #Tankers #Whales #Wildlife

The Pipeline, Employment, and the Economy

The pipeline will reduce the economic advantages Canada could gain through the oil sands

#Economy #Employment #Fish #OilSpill #Unifor

Population viability analysis of the Southern Resident Killer Whales

The project could have negative impacts on the survival of the Southern Resident Killer Whale population

#AcousticImpacts #KillerWhales #Quasi-Extinction #RCF #Tankers #Whales #Wildlife

Acoustic impact of tanker traffic on Southern Resident Killer Whales

Noise from tanker traffic could affect the Southern Resident Killer Whale population

#AcousticImpacts #KillerWhales #RCF #Tankers #Whales #Wildlife

Kinder Morgan’s Evidence and Marine Birds (Part II)

Errors in Kinder Morgan’s evidence misrepresented impacts on marine birds

#BCNature #EnvironmentalImpacts #MarineBirds #NatureCanada #OilSpill #Wildlife