A global list of dams that don’t work and can’t compete. The global demise of dams, part 2
A letter to supporters: After 20 years of exposing the truth, the era of large dam-building is drawing to a close. The global demise of dams, part 1.
Crown agency spends billions secretly backing environmentally destructive projects others won’t touch
In 1991, we proposed a way out of the Third World debt crisis. Now it’s happening.
Canada’s chief destroyer of the global environment is under review. You can help stop the damage.
Canada should stop supporting dictators with foreign aid and cash bailouts.
Construction has started on the Three Gorges dam! Help us stop the destruction before its too late.
Probe International has always argued that the dam builders would meet their real test when the first shovel hit the ground. Today, in Yangste River valley, the earth and the people are fighting back.
Probe International had always argued that the dam builders would meet their real test when the first shovel hit the ground. Today, in the Yangtze River valley, the earth and the people are fighting back.
In September, at the urging of the federal government, a group of Canadian companies voluntarily agreed to follow a new International Code of Ethics in their overseas activities. Though not legally binding, their attempt to raise corporate standards when it comes to human rights, the environment and corruption, endorses our belief that good ethics is good business.
Canadian mining companies are wreaking havoc on the Third World’s environment – and the Canadian government is quietly helping them to do it.
Canada’s engineering giants are vying to destroy Southeast Asia’s Mekong river, which 100 million people depend on for theri livelihoods. With Canadian aid, they may succeed.
Canada’s #1 threat to the global environment is trying to muzzle Probe International and its supporters.
Cyanide devastated Guyana’s main waterway this summer, thanks to a project supported by your tax dollars.
Your tax dollars are financing the forced relocation of 1.3 million Chinese