We can agree to disagree on our personal choices, even those which are harmful to the planet: what we cannot do is impose our views on others violently.
In this episode, Phil discusses B.C. pipeline opponents facing U.S. terrorist charge over train track interference.
What if climate activists turn to terrorism? Is this on the horizon? Borealis weighs on on the reality of this form of violent extremism.
How recent setbacks, real or perceived, could lead some to activists taking the law into their own hands.
Terrorist ideology and motivation takes many, many forms: is violent extremism for animal rights next?
How a grade 4 lesson that included material critical of Alberta’s oil industry prompted a Facebook debate among parents that devolved into threats and prompted the school to call in the RCMP and cancel a holiday dance.
Is it possible that some who are not convinced climate change is real could become extremists?
Why the sustained use of violence by environmental groups is just a matter of time.
Environmental activists’ frustration at a lack of meaningful action could lead to ecoterrorism