Monthly Archives: September 2016

On Lukewarmism, denial and a look at the state of the environmental movement

This weekend was a busy one for me, but I had time early in the mornings (thanks to our new puppy) to spend a little time catching up on what is happening in the environmental world. In the process I … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Politics, Climate Change, Climate Change Politics, Environmentalism and Ecomodernism, Lukewarmers, Uncategorized | 37 Comments

Why that new study in PNAS does not undercut any “myths” about carbon dioxide and its effect on plant health

This week my Twitter feed directed me to an article by Dana Nuccitelli in the Guardian titled: “New study undercuts favorite climate myth ‘more CO2 is good for plants”. The Guardian article was about a new study out of Stanford, published … Continue reading

Posted in Climate Change, Climate Change Politics, Uncategorized | 22 Comments

How reliant are we on fossil fuels in British Columbia?

A couple weeks ago I wrote a blog post that included a thought experiment of a world where fossil fuels had magically disappeared. As many of you know, I write a blog for the Huffington Post Canada and I decided to … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Politics, Fossil Fuel Free Future, Pipelines, Uncategorized | 7 Comments

A pragmatic compromise on Energy East that Prime Minister Trudeau could get behind

As anyone who has followed this blog knows, I have kept my ear tuned to the fiasco that is the National Energy Board (NEB) hearings on the Energy East Pipeline Project in Quebec. One fallout of this mess is the … Continue reading

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