Saba Dar is a freelance writer and has worked on a number of environmental projects related to water conservation and water stewardship.

  • Sask Dispatch

    Selling off Saskatchewan

    A coalition of agricultural, environmental, and Indigenous organizations are calling on the Government of Saskatchewan to put an end to the privatization of Crown land, calling it a “hidden tragedy” for native prairies.

  • Sask Dispatch

    Protecting the peatlands

    A new proposal would mine peat from northern Saskatchewan muskegs for 80 years. Locals say it would be both devastating to the environment and a violation of Treaty Rights.

  • Sask Dispatch

    We can’t back down from Renewable Regina

    After interference from the premier and an uproar from residents, several Regina city councilors have signaled that they will back down from a proposed amendment barring fossil fuel companies from advertising in the city. Saba Dar explains why there will always be resistance to transition, and why we can’t let that stop us.

  • Sask Dispatch

    Regina Municipal Election 2020: Environment & Sustainability

    The city walked back its 2018 motion to use 100 per cent renewable energy by 2050; but environmental sustainability has never been a more pressing local issue. Here’s how local activists are envisioning a truly renewable Regina.