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(February 23, 2015) When subsidies are cut, renewable energy investment largely disappears. Continue reading
(February 12, 2015) This letter to the editor of the US-based GazetteNET highlights the lack of mainstream focus given to disagreement among scientists on the subject of anthropogenic global warming and cites Lawrence Solomon’s work to tell the other side of that story.
(February 11, 2015) Gore Bay’s Jan McQuay’s book of photographs, ‘Scenic Manitoulin through the Seasons,’ reflects a sense of responsibility for the environment that grew along with her job at Energy Probe in Toronto in the 1970s.
(February 4, 2015) Yes, everyone would need to pay a little more for renewable power, the public was told, but the benefits would be widely shared, for the ultimate benefit of all. But then something else happened.
(January 9, 2014) 2015 will see more ethnic groups within today’s cobbled-together countries successfully assert their autonomy, with the greatest changes occurring in the Middle East. Continue reading