Raw food

As raw food is generally regarded as any plant-based food which isn't processed by temperatures over 42 °C, bear in mind that this fever may vary slightly for various nutrients and compounds from food. When heating up/cooking food over 42 °C, its nourishment quickly begin to degrade, a lot of denatured and unusable to the human entire body.

Living food

Living food is raw food too, but with an additional advantage -- not just it comprises life force and unaltered nutrients the same as uncooked food, but it also can provide life! Consider grains, seeds, nuts and legumes, all which may be actuated by massaging and sprouted to make a new infant plant or shrub, and that is where their true life drive is located.

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Raincoast Headed Back To Court For Killer Whales

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Today we are returning to court with partners Ecojustice and Living Oceans Society to challenge the federal government’s re-approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

Our lawyers at Ecojustice submitted a motion to the Federal Court of Appeal this morning, asking for leave to launch a judicial review of Cabinet’s decision. We contend that Cabinet failed to comply with its responsibility to protect critically endangered Southern Resident killer whales when it re-approved the project on June 18, 2019.

This is the second time we have appealed to the courts concerning the effects of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion on Southern Resident killer whales. We won our first case on Trans Mountain with Living Oceans and Ecojustice in August 2018, when the Federal Court of Appeal struck down Cabinet’s previous approval of the project. Along with a failure of adequate consultation with First Nations, the ruling extinguished the permits that would have allowed construction and forced the National Energy Board to re-evaluate the project’s marine shipping impacts.

Our motion can...


Posted by Raincoast Conservation Foundation

Today we are returning to court with partners Ecojustice and Living Oceans Society to challenge the federal government’s re-approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

Our lawyers at Ecojustice submitted a motion to the Federal Court of Appeal this morning, asking for leave to launch a judicial review of Cabinet’s decision. We contend that Cabinet failed to comply with its responsibility to protect critically endangered Southern Resident killer whales when it re-approved the project on June 18, 2019.

This is the second time we have appealed to the courts concerning the effects of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion on Southern Resident killer whales. We won our first case on Trans Mountain with Living Oceans and Ecojustice in August 2018, when the Federal Court of Appeal struck down Cabinet’s previous approval of the project. Along with a failure of adequate consultation with First Nations, the ruling extinguished the permits that would have allowed construction and forced the National Energy Board to re-evaluate the project’s marine shipping impacts.

Our motion can be viewed here.

The population of Southern Residents is small and declining, and the decline is expected to continue under status quo conditions. In order to recover these imperilled killer whales, they need urgent support, not an increase of physical and acoustical disturbances, oil spills, and contaminants associated with more tanker traffic.

Beyond this legal challenge, Raincoast continues to work with a network of scientists and conservation experts to push for effective recovery measures. Threat reduction measures implemented thus far include fisheries restrictions, the establishment of feeding sanctuaries, and vessel restrictions that would lower physical and acoustic disturbance on Southern Residents. While an important start, these projects are still limited in times, areas and scale relative to what is likely necessary for threat reduction.

Raincoast has also been working to implement long-term salmon recovery solutions through projects like habitat restoration in the Fraser estuary that will benefit Chinook salmon, the whale’s primary food.

Monthly donations and Free Whaley ice cream purchases help give us the financial certainty to help drive long term efforts required if we are to ensure this population can continue to call the Salish Sea their home.

For those that remain.

Posted by Raincoast Conservation Foundation

Today we are returning to court with partners Ecojustice and Living Oceans Society to challenge the federal government’s re-approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

Our lawyers at Ecojustice submitted a motion to the Federal Court of Appeal this morning, asking for leave to launch a judicial review of Cabinet’s decision. We contend that Cabinet failed to comply with its responsibility to protect critically endangered Southern Resident killer whales when it re-approved the project on June 18, 2019.

This is the second time we have appealed to the courts concerning the effects of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion on Southern Resident killer whales. We won our first case on Trans Mountain with Living Oceans and Ecojustice in August 2018, when the Federal Court of Appeal struck down Cabinet’s previous approval of the project. Along with a failure of adequate consultation with First Nations, the ruling extinguished the permits that would have allowed construction and forced the National Energy Board to re-evaluate the project’s marine shipping impacts.

Our motion can be viewed here.

The population of Southern Residents is small and declining, and the decline is expected to continue under status quo conditions. In order to recover these imperilled killer whales, they need urgent support, not an increase of physical and acoustical disturbances, oil spills, and contaminants associated with more tanker traffic.

Beyond this legal challenge, Raincoast continues to work with a network of scientists and conservation experts to push for effective recovery measures. Threat reduction measures implemented thus far include fisheries restrictions, the establishment of feeding sanctuaries, and vessel restrictions that would lower physical and acoustic disturbance on Southern Residents. While an important start, these projects are still limited in times, areas and scale relative to what is likely necessary for threat reduction.

Raincoast has also been working to implement long-term salmon recovery solutions through projects like habitat restoration in the Fraser estuary that will benefit Chinook salmon, the whale’s primary food.

Monthly donations and Free Whaley ice cream purchases help give us the financial certainty to help drive long term efforts required if we are to ensure this population can continue to call the Salish Sea their home.

For those that remain.


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