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South American nations struggle with enforcing environmental cleanup laws

A review of Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Bolivia's environmental laws highlights a “lack of political will” for enforcement.

Yvette Sierra Praeli reports for Mongabay.

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Burn now, pay later: Fines trickle in from Indonesia’s crackdown on forest fires

Ten years since a landmark lawsuit over forest fires, the palm oil company at the center of the case has finally begun paying its $23 million fine in installments.

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How Eastern Shore counties are keeping up with challenges of recycling

The costs and challenges of recycling programs are putting Eastern Shore counties in the crosshairs. Here's how they're handling it.
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BC Hydro apologizes for $128-million Site C dam data error

Undisclosed employees quietly handed out $558 million in direct-award contracts, including $92 million to SNC Lavalin, new information shows.

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Inspections overdue on thousands of Alberta oil and gas wells

The Alberta Energy Regulator's handling of inactive oil and gas wells is in stark contrast to the province’s recent caution around renewable energy.

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Big Tech’s waste ‘solutions’ are a scam

Rather than face hard truths about reorganizing our system to stop waste, the world is falling victim to empty and inefficient cleanup promises from the tech industry.

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Alberta taxpayers on hook for abandoned wells

The Narwhal: Alberta taxpayers pay another $14M tab for oil companies’ rent

Alberta paid $14 million in rent on behalf of delinquent oil companies in 2022. The government is supposed to recoup that money from companies but data shows debt collection remains below one per cent. Drew Anderson writes the story for The Narwhal.

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