2016

December 9 CJWW Radio
SES Policy Coordinator Hayley Carlson talked about SES’s call on Saskatchewan to implement federal climate change policies.

December 9 CBC French
SES Policy Coordinator Hayley Carlson talked about the Saskatchewan government’s position on signing the carbon pricing agreement.

December 5 CBC Afternoon Edition
SES Board Member Peter Prebble talked about SES’s calling for a public inquiry into the Husky Energy oil spill, as well as SES’s recommendations for improving oil pipeline safety in Saskatchewan.

December 5 Global News Saskatoon
SES President Bert Weichel and Board Member Peter Prebble talked about SES’s recommendations for better oil pipeline safety measures. Read more

December 5 Saskatoon Star Phoenix
SES President Bert Weichel and Board Member Peter Prebble talked about SES’s recommendations for better oil pipeline safety measures. Read more

December 5 CTV Saskatoon
SES President Bert Weichel and Board Member Peter Prebble talked about SES’s recommendations for better oil pipeline safety measures. Read more

December 5 CBC Saskatoon
SES President Bert Weichel and Board Member Peter Prebble talked about SES’s recommendations for better oil pipeline safety measures. Read more

December 5 CKOM News
SES President Bert Weichel and Board Member Peter Prebble talked about SES’s recommendations for better oil pipeline safety measures. Read more

December 5 The Canadian Press
SES President Bert Weichel and Board Member Peter Prebble talked about SES’s recommendations for better oil pipeline safety measures. Read more

November 30 Global News Regina
SES Policy Coordinator Hayley Carlson talked about the approval of Enbridge’s Line 3 Replacement Program. Watch now

November 28 CBC Afternoon Edition
SES Board Member Peter Prebble discussed the potential to phase out coal-fired electricity generation in Saskatchewan and replace it with a mixture of local renewable power sources, energy efficient initiatives, co-generation of electricity at potash mines, and hydro imports from Manitoba.

November 22 CTV Saskatoon News at Noon
Executive Director Allyson Brady talked about eco-friendly gift-givng. Watch (8:00 min)

November 21 CKOM Radio
SES board member Peter Prebble talked about the coal phase-out announcement by the federal government. Read more

November 16 CBC Radio Saskatoon
SES volunteer and PhD candidate Michael Cavallaro will talk about the environmental impacts of neonicotinoid pesticides.

November 1 CTV Saskatoon News at Noon
SES Energy Conservation Coordinator Angie Bugg talked about LED lighting. Watch now (7:56)

October 19 CBC Blue Sky Radio
SES Policy Coordinator Hayley Carlson talked about Saskatchewan’s white paper on climate change

October 18 CBC Radio
SES Policy Coordinator Hayley Carlson talked about Saskatchewan’s white paper on climate change

October 17 CBC Saskatoon
SES Energy Conservation Coordinator talked about her upcoming Sustainable Speaker Series talk  – STUFF YOU CAN DO, and energy/water conservation tips at home and in the office, going on at the Saskatoon Public Library.

October 4 Global News Regina
SES Policy Coordinator Hayley Carlson talked about the carbon tax announcement and said this can be an opportunity for the provincial government to take climate change more seriously. Read more

October 4 CBC French
SES Policy Coordinator Hayley Carlson talked about the carbon tax announcement

September 22 CBC Noon Edition
SES Board Member Peter Prebble talked about SaskPower’s solar plan for Saskatchewan. Read more

September 19 CTV Saskatoon News at Noon
SES Energy Conservation Coordinator Angie Bugg talked about eco-friendly office tips. Watch now

September 6 CTV Saskatoon Morning Live
Chef Scott Torgerson of the Radisson Hotel and SES Communications Coordinator Lynette Suchar talked about the 11th Annual Sustainable Gourmet and cooked up a sample dish featuring pulses, the theme of this year’s event. Watch now

August 30 CTV Saskatoon News at Noon
SES Communications Coordinator Lynette Suchar talked about the upcoming Sustainable Gourmet fundraising dinner. Watch now

August 13 Saskatoon Star Phoenix
SES joined Emil Bell and other community leaders as Emil ended his seven day hunger strike to increase public awareness of the Husky Energy oil spill and its consequences. Read more

August 12 Meadow Lake Now
Peter Prebble comments on the oil spill in the North Saskatchewan River. Read more

August 12 Battlefords Now
Peter Prebble comments on the oil spill in the North Saskatchewan River. Read more

August 12 PA Now
Peter Prebble comments on the oil spill in the North Saskatchewan River. Read more

August 9 Saskatoon Star Phoenix
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble commented on the cost of clean up for the oil spill in Saskatchewan. Read more

August 8 CBC Blue Sky Radio
Peter Prebble represented SES to discuss the larger implications of the Husky Energy oil spill in the North Saskatchewan River.He called for oil pipelines to be subject to an environment impact assessment when they are built, and proposed that inspection of oil pipelines be done by the Ministry of Environment instead of the Ministry of the Economy.

August 3 Upstream
Peter Prebble and Thilina Bandara talk about the Husky oil spill and the social determinants of health. Read more

August 3 CTV Saskatoon
Auditor wants to see better pipeline regulations from government. Peter Prebble comments. Watch

July 30 Saskatoon Star Phoenix
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble comments on oil spill in Saskatchewan and the need for stricter regulations. Read more

July 29 Global Regina
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble weighs in on the ramifications of the oil spill in Saskatchewan. Read more

July 28 Reuters
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble is concerned that longer-term impacts may become worse as the oil sinks and becomes harder to capture. Read more

July 28 Swift Current Online
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble comments on oil spill in Saskatchewan. Read more

July 27 CTV Saskatoon
The Ministry of Economy said this is one of the worst incidents they’ve seen in 40 years in the province. Oil may have been leaking from the pipeline for 10 hours beforehand. Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble comments. Watch

July 27 CBC Saskatoon
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble is frustrated with the lack of public information about the oil spill coming from both Husky Energy and the provincial government and hopes both are taking the clean up seriously. Read more

July 25 Global News Saskatoon
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble comments on oil spill in Saskatchewan. Watch

July 11 The Saskatoon Star Phoenix
Director of Environmental Policy said climate change impacts are accelerating and alarm bells are sounding around the world. Read more

June 28 CTV News at Noon
Office Manager & Volunteer Coordinator Megan Van Buskirk talked about pesticide use in Saskatchewan and what our options are.

June 15 CBC Blue Sky Radio
Office Manager & Volunteer Coordinator Megan Van Buskirk talked about pesticide use in Saskatchewan and what our options are.

June 13 Green Energy Futures
Saskatchewan brings power to the people with the solar co-operative.

June 9-22 Planet S Magazine & Prairie Dog Magazine
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble says what’s lacking in the provincial government’s plan is a real attempt to balance growth with the need for cities to become more environmentally sustainable.

Summer 2016 Urban Voice Magazine
SES’s energy conservation and building operator training programs are discussed as well as past success stories.

Summer 2016 Saskatoon Home Magazine
SES members Jason and Shari Praski are featured in the latest issue of Saskatoon Home Magazine where they talk about how they live green.

May 31 Saskatoon Star Phoenix
Solar installation leads the way for future clean power projects.

May 31 Global News Saskatoon
SES Solar Co-op and Shift Development reveal solar project on The Two Twenty roof.

May 31 CBC Saskatoon
SES Solar Co-operative Ltd. revealed its first solar project with Shift Development.

May 27 Saskatoon Star Phoenix
Executive Director Allyson Brady and SES board member Ann Coxworth talk about how a move away from fossil fuels can benefit Saskatchewan.

May 24 Global News Regina
Argyle School was one of two winners to receive $1000 for their 25 Acts of Energy Conservation Campaign.

May 24 The Regina Leader-Post
Argyle School was one of two winners to receive $1000 for their 25 Acts of Energy Conservation Campaign.

May 18 The Regina Leader-Post
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble commented on the proposed site of a wind development project in Saskatchewan.

May 17 CTV News at Noon 
For the SES Eco Corner segment on News at Noon, Lisa Howse, the SWRC compost expert talk about the how-tos of composting and why it’s so important.

May 12 The Star Phoenix
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble commented on nuclear power in Saskatchewan.

May 5 The Star Phoenix
The Saskatchewan Environmental Society was mentioned in an article about the City of Saskatoon’s plans to expand its use of small-scale sources of clean electricity.

April 2016 Diocese of Saskatoon Newsletter
Saskatoon parish benefits from SES energy conservation audit.

April 23 The Star Phoenix
SES board members Sarina Gersher and Bob Halliday represent SES at a press conference on Earth Day to urge Saskatoon and Regina to become carbon neutral.

April 22 Global News Saskatoon
In honour of Earth Day and the signing of a climate agreement at the United Nations in New York, SES asked Saskatchewan’s two largest cities to lead the way in reducing effects of climate change.

April 22 CBC Blue Sky Radio
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble talked about the Conference Board of Canada’s report card noting Saskatchewan’s failing grade on greenhouse gas emissions.

April 22 CBC (French) Radio Canada
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble talked about Saskatoon and Regina becoming carbon neutral and the Conference Board of Canada’s report card noting Saskatchewan’s failing grade on greenhouse gas emissions.

April 19 Global News Saskatoon
More than 300 children showed off green-friendly projects as part of the Student Action for a Sustainable Future showcase at the Western Development Museum.

April 19 CBC Saskatoon
Elementary school students from across Saskatoon show off their knowledge about sustainability in a Student Action for a Sustainable Future showcase at the Western Development Museum.

April 19 CJWW Radio
SES Education Coordinator Pam Belcher talked about the Student Action for a Sustainable Future showcase at the Western Development Museum where kids from all over Saskatoon got involved.

April 5 CTV News at Noon
Office Manager Megan Van Buskirk talked about the importance of reducing your engine idling.

March 29 The Canadian Press
Executive Director Allyson Brady talks about the provincial election and the lack of discussion about high greenhouse gas emissions.

February 27 98Cool FM Radio Live on Location
Communications Coordinator Lynette Suchar along with various exhibitors talked about the 2016 Saskatchewan Living Green Expo.

February 26 CTV Morning Live Saskatoon
Communications Coordinator Lynette Suchar along with Chris Wood of Woods Body Goods, and Kent Rathwell of Sun Country Highway talked about the 2016 Saskatchewan Living Green Expo.

February 26 Global Morning News Saskatoon
Communications Coordinator Lynette Suchar along with Chris Wood of Woods Body Goods, and Kent Rathwell of Sun Country Highway talked about the 2016 Saskatchewan Living Green Expo.

February 26 NewsTalk Radio
Executive Director Allyson Brady and platinum sponsor Affinity Credit Union talked about the upcoming 2016 Saskatchewan Living Green Expo.

February 25 SMG Radio stations
Executive Director Allyson Brady and platinum sponsor Affinity Credit Union talked about the upcoming 2016 Saskatchewan Living Green Expo.

February 24 Saskatoon Star Phoenix
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble talked about how the government needs to take responsibility for some of the remediation costs of the Gunnar mine site.

February 23 CFCR Community Radio
Executive Director Allyson Brady talked about the upcoming 2016 Saskatchewan Living Green Expo. See www.sklivinggreenexpo.ca for more info.

February 23 CTV News at Noon
Executive Director Allyson Brady and Affinity Credit Union talk about the upcoming 2016 Saskatchewan Living Green Expo. Video starts at 8 min.
February 23 CJWW

Communications Coordinator Lynette Suchar talked about the upcoming 2016 Saskatchewan Green Living Expo. See www.sklivinggreenexpo.ca for more info.

February 19 Global News Saskatoon
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble talked about carbon tax and the climate talks.

February 2 CTV News at Noon
Kent Rathwell talked about Sun Country Highway’s work with electric cars and on building a sustainable highway.

January 22 The Globe and Mail
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble talked about SES’s strategy to lower provincial emissions.

January 15 CTV Saskatoon Morning Live
Energy Conservation Coordinator Angie Bugg offers tips on keeping your car warm this winter.

January 13 CTV Saskatoon
Energy Conservation Coordinator Angie Bugg offers tips on keeping your car warm in winter.

January 12 The Star Phoenix
The City of Saskatoon reconsiders SES’s anti-idling recommendations.

January 8 The Star Phoenix
The City of Saskatoon is taking action on 13 of 21 recommendations from the Saskatchewan Environmental Society to help the community reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

January 2 The Regina Leader-Post
Director of Environmental Policy Peter Prebble talks about changes that must be made, specifically in Regina, after the Paris climate talks.