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Aldyen Donnelly: The real debate over a climate change agreement

(December 13, 2010) Aldyen Donnelly looks at some of the stumbling blocks to a global climate change agreement. Continue reading

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LAWRENCE SOLOMON Lawrence Solomon is one of Canada’s leading environmentalists. His book, The Conserver Solution (Doubleday), which popularized the Conserver Society concept in the late 1970s, became the manual for those interested in incorporating environmental factors into economic life. An … Continue reading

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Energy Probe is one of Canada’s oldest environmental organizations, with a history of accomplishments and a track record for accuracy and objectivity that has made us a trusted source for information worldwide. Few organizations are cited more often in the … Continue reading

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Energy Probe is Canada’s pioneer in the field of alternative energy. In 1978, its guide to renewable energy technologies, The Renewable Energy Handbook, became a bestseller, and in 1980 it completed Ecology House in downtown Toronto, Canada’s first working demonstration … Continue reading

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Egyptian Eyeliner May Have Warded Off Disease

(January 8, 2010) Clearly, ancient Egyptians didn’t get the memo about lead poisoning. Their eye makeup was full of the stuff. Although today we know that lead can cause brain damage and miscarriages, the Egyptians believed that lead-based cosmetics protected against eye diseases. Continue reading

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Egyptian eyeliner may have warded off disease

(Jan. 8, 2010) Clearly, ancient Egyptians didn’t get the memo about lead poisoning. Their eye makeup was full of the stuff. Although today we know that lead can cause brain damage and miscarriages, the Egyptians believed that lead-based cosmetics protected against eye diseases. Now, new research suggests that they may have been on to something. Continue reading

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Copenhagen another costly UN failure?

(Dec. 14, 2009) No one really has any idea what climate change deal might come out of Copenhagen. While most Albertans probably sympathize with the general objective–burning less carbon-based fuel–there are two ways to get there: A sensible way which will probably work, and the political Copenhagen way which will prove to be another costly United Nations failure. Continue reading

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Copenhagen another costly UN failure?

(December 14, 2009) No one really has any idea what climate change deal might come out of Copenhagen. While most Albertans probably sympathize with the general objective– buring less carbon-based fuel– there are two ways to get there: A sensible way which will probably work, and the political Copenhagen way which will prove to be another costly United Nations failure. Continue reading

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10^12: A check on the earth-carrying capacity for man

10^12: A check on the earth-carrying capacity for man   

Abstract—Much has been said about the carrying capacity of the earth and with most contradictory results, as the arguments have too often been used in the service of prejudices.

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The New Environmentalists

 

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