Record flooding in the heart of the Alberta tar sands dramatically illustrates their threat to Canada's 'Serengeti', the Mackenzie River basin. Only days before this week's flooding in Fort...
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Carol Linnitt is Site Manager and Director of Research for DeSmog Canada. Carol is a writer and researcher focusing on energy development, environmental policy and wildlife. She joined DeSmog in June 2010 as a researcher, focusing much of her time on the natural gas industry and hydraulic fracturing.
Carol is the lead author of DeSmog's original report Fracking the Future: How Unconventional Gas Threatens Our Water, Health & Climate. Her work also led to the DeSmog micro-documentary CRY WOLF: An Unethical Oil Story and the Cry Wolf investigative series.
Carol began her environmental career writing and performing interviews for The Canada Expedition, a non-governmental sustainability initiative, and while working in dispute resolution with communities affected by resource scarcity.
Carol has a Master's in English Literature from York University where she studied political theory, natural resource conflicts and Aboriginal rights. She also has a Master's in Philosophy in the field of phenomenology and environmental ethics.
Posts by Carol Linnitt
Harper's Pro-Tar Sands Claims Looking Worse for Wear After New Group Launches 'Reality Check' Website2013-05-16 12:48
The President of China, Obama and Harper Go To Heaven: Allan Gregg On The Rise of Dogma in Canada (VIDEO)2013-04-30 11:32
Internal Documents: CAPP Hesitant to Admit Its Request for 'Holistic' Overhaul of Environmental Legislation that Influenced Omnibus2013-04-10 15:04