Pollution/Environment: Harper & Co. Talking The Talk …

… but still not walking the walk. Nothing new here, eh? Well folks – here’s one more note added in proof (emphasis added): Canada oil sands: Pollution monitoring is censured A scientific panel has found Canada has “no system” for monitoring how Alberta’s oil sands projects may be polluting local waterways. Academic reports found that ...

misery loves company?

the smoke has followed us to Ft. St. James…we are running out of places to run to. “Hell is truth seen too late – duty neglected in its season” Tryon Edwards (American Theologian, 1809-1894) I read a post on facebook that I thought was a little weird…it was about all the smoke from the forest ...

Run Salmon Run

The 610-kilometre Skeena River is one of the world’s longest undammed rivers, and is the second longest river in British Columbia. Unlike the Fraser, the Skeena has been spared widespread industrial development, and a large portion of the Skeena watershed remains an intact, functioning ecosystem. The last couple of years has had us here and ...

Tattered Sleeve: Shout out to the Saudi Arabian delegation

Hey guys, when you start allowing the women of your country to drive, then you can share your opinions with the rest of the world on global warming.Until then, just shut it.

Preparing to Disappoint the World

With less than a month to go before the UN climate change conference in Copenhagen the Harper government is already preparing to be a major roadblock for consensus on a world plan to deal with climate change. Refusing to do anything unless the developing world is held to the same standards Harper is like a ...

Seeing Red in the Southwest: Climate Change – Blog Action Day 2009

It’s long past the time for action on Climate Change so I decided to focus on a group that is doing something real to make a difference. Black Rock Solar developed from the Green Man theme at Burning Man 2007. Tom Price then the Green Man manager charged with greening the burn took up the ...

Seeing Red in the Southwest: Climate Change – Blog Action Day 2009

It’s long past the time for action on Climate Change so I decided to focus on a group that is doing something real to make a difference. Black Rock Solar developed from the Green Man theme at Burning Man 2007. Tom Price then the Green Man manager charged with greening the burn took up the ...

Seeing Red in the Southwest: Climate Change – Blog Action Day 2009

It’s long past the time for action on Climate Change so I decided to focus on a group that is doing something real to make a difference. Black Rock Solar developed from the Green Man theme at Burning Man 2007. Tom Price then the Green Man manager charged with greening the burn took up the ...

Weltschmerz: Luddite Homesteaders

Weltschmerz: Snow Is a Four-letter Word