The legislation not only protects over 600,000 acres of land in the US, but also achieves mining and energy ban in transnational Flathead Valley. Continue reading US senate passes watershed legislation affecting BC’s Flathead Valley
Jeff Rubin compares two national energy policies going in different directions. Continue reading Why are Obama and Harper so out of sync on carbon emissions?
781: 16 July 2012 – Published by Green Communities Canada WALKABILITY. The case studies from the Alberta 2011 Walkability Roadshow … Continue reading Walkability Case Study, On-Bill Financing, Time to Vote – GCNews #781
As the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions grows more evident each week, Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL), a US-based group, … Continue reading Citizens Climate Lobby proposes Save Our Climate Act in US
I’m not the only one unhappy with economic systems based on constant growth and endlessly increasing exploitation of finite resources – systems that concentrate wealth in the hands of a… Continue reading Occupy Wall Street reflects increasing frustration
This list posting, published by FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, is supported in part by BC … Continue reading FORREX Conservation Biology eNewsletter – August 2011
Can a fossil fuel help us avoid the harmful effects of other fossil fuels? It’s a question that’s come up lately as natural gas is eyed as a cleaner alternative… Continue reading Natural gas is not a solution for climate change – Science Matters
By David Suzuki with Dr. Faisal Moola. My life as a scientist got its boost in the United States. I was attending college in Massachusetts in 1957 on a scholarship when the Soviet Union launched the first Sputnik satellite. The event also launched the space race between the U.S.S.R. and the U.S., as the Americans started pouring money into the sciences in an attempt to catch up. Continue reading Politicians who reject science are not fit to lead – Science Matters