Tag Archives: climate change

I’m ready for my first electric car, but is the electric car industry ready for me?

I’m currently driving a 2006 Honda Civic, which is actually still tooling around pretty darn well. It never has to go too far, but it remains reliable (knock on wood) even in the hardest of (long) Canadian winters. However, the … Continue reading

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Let’s hear it for our youth, the adults in the room for fighting the climate change crisis

Today, September 20, 2019, literally millions of young people worldwide are participating in a strike for climate change, organized by themselves. They are fighting for the survival of our planet. They are fighting to convince all of those of us … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – what are we doing to our planet? | Jul 31/19

Image credit: Laurent Lutece, La Canicule (heatwave) à Paris

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Wordless Wednesday- what are we doing to our planet? | Jul 24/19

Image credit: http://web.mit.edu/12.000/www/m2015/2015/climatechange.html

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Wordless Wednesday – what are we doing to our planet? | Jun 26/19

I thought I’d try a Wordless Wednesday for a change. This widely disseminated image was taken by the Danish Meteorological Institute on the melting Greenland ice sheet earlier this month.

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Dear Journalists of Canada: Start Reporting Climate Change as an Emergency

Originally posted on Musings and Wonderings:
A five-point plan for mainstream media to cover fewer royal babies and more of our unfolding catastrophe. By Sean Holman 28 May 2019 | TheTyee.caSean Holman covered B.C. politics for 10 years and is now a journalism professor…

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Sustainability: Is the Mount Everest gridlock a metaphor for our planet?

The pictures that emerged this past week of the long line of climbers waiting their turn to get to the summit of the tallest mountain on our planet was staggering to behold. This is perhaps the most remote and inhospitable … Continue reading

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