25 Recommendations for GHG Emissions Reduction in SK
November 4, 2021 — Letter, including 25 recommendations, to Premier Moe and Environment Minister Kaeding on reducing GHG emissions in SK
Position on the Line 5 Oil Pipeline Dispute
May 27, 2021 — SES’s position on the Line 5 oil pipeline dispute.
Letter expressing concern about SK’s increased oil production targets
February 12, 2020 — SES letter expressing concern about increased oil production targets by Saskatchewan’s provincial government.
Recommendations from “Prairie Resilience” Is Not Enough
December 2018 — One to two-page excerpts from the SES Report: “Prairie Resilience” Is Not Enough
“Prairie Resilience” Is Not Enough
December 2018 — SES Report: “Prairie Resilience” Is Not Enough (SES’s response to the Saskatchewan government’s climate change plan)
Recommendations for New Oil Pipeline Safety Measures
December 1, 2016 — The Saskatchewan Environmental Society’s recommendations for the Government of Saskatchewan arising from the Husky Energy oil spill that took place in July 2016. This spill put at risk the primary drinking water source for nearly 70,000 Saskatchewan residents, and has had a wide array of negative ecological impacts.
When the Oil Patch Comes to Your Backyard
May 2004 — SES Report: When the Oil Patch Comes to Your Backyard: A Citizens’ Guide to Protecting Your Rights
Preventing Oil Sands Fever in SK
August 2009 — Report: Carbon Copy: Preventing Oil Sands Fever in Saskatchewan