Kamyar Razavi, Simon Fraser University There is a simple irony in dealing with climate change. To get a handle on the problem means that, at a certain level, the conversation has to move away from climate change. What does that mean? The secretary general of Amnesty International shed some light on this apparent contradiction ahead ...
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By Antonio Maggio, Italian Award-Winning Poet View Bio Enjoy this thought-provoking look at the state of our Planet, eloquently written by Antonio Maggio with our gratitude. Click link below: <READ MORE>
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Deirdre McKay, Keele University Plastic pollution and the climate crisis are two inseparable parts of the same problem, though they aren’t treated as such. Many countries have implemented plastic bag charges and plastic straw bans while action to phase out fossil fuels lags far behind, due in part to the inertia of the huge oil ...
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Op-ed piece regarding the outcome of the 2019 Canadian Federal Election By Lia Versaevel See Writer’s Bio Another Federal Election is under our belts, and it’s time for some reflection. In the Cowichan/Malahat/Langford Riding, Electoral District 59010, there were at least 12,800 people who marked their ballot in the Green favour this time around. After ...
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After a long rein working tireless at the helm of the Green Party of Canada and as a strong advocate for the environment, Elizabeth May resigns as Leader. Video: 2:56 min.
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Tristan R.H. Goodbody, University of British Columbia and Nicholas Coops, University of British Columbia Drones are revolutionizing the way scientists observe, measure and monitor the natural environment. From mapping the patterns of wildfires, like those in California, to measuring the size of jellyfish populations, drones have the potential to improve our understanding of the natural ...
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Dominic O’Sullivan, Charles Sturt University The results of the recent Canadian election don’t reflect the will of the people, and the situation is reigniting calls for proportional representation. Some have outlined what Canada’s House of Commons would have looked like under a proportional representation system. The result would be slightly different under different systems. But ...
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By Trevor Greene, Distinguished Featured Writer With permission from the Author. Originally published in the Times-Colonist. View Trevor’s Bio. Most reasonable residents of this rock hurtling through space know that climate change is without a doubt the worst crisis that has ever faced mankind. As such, you would think every major Canadian media outlet would ...
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By Georgia Kokotsis, Candidate, Green Party of Canada, Saint Laurent The best kept secret on the island of Montreal is a place I like to call the “Eco-Oasis”. Nestled between Saint-Laurent, Dorval and Pierrefonds, it is a large pristine land consisting of wetlands, meadows, ponds and forests. If you look at a Google Earth picture ...
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Hannah Hoag, The Conversation and Jack Marley, The Conversation The global strike on Friday September 20, 2019 was the largest demonstration for climate action in history. The movement that started with Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg in August 2018 has now mobilised millions, while Extinction Rebellion and other protest groups have escalated their campaigns on streets ...
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