Photos of the BP spill and cleanup
It is wonderful to hear how quickly the surface soil is disappearing from the Gulf of Mexico. Dec Doran of Oil Spill Control has graciously allowed me to post his photos from the BP spill cleanup in the Gulf. His key take-home message: watch out for those alligators! PART 1 BP OIL SPILL RESP…View the post titled Photos of the BP spill and cleanup
And in the U.S..
Three and four decades ago, Canada was an environmental leader. Now, in many ways, we just follow the US. On climate change, in particular, the Harper government has promised to do little until the US adopts its own climate bill. It is therefore particularly disappointing that last week cong…View the post titled And in the U.S..
Don't touch that shoreline
Cottagers frequently want to “clean up” their shoreline, but this is usually illegal without a permit. A father and son were each charged with altering their shoreline and removing vegetation without a permit, contrary to the Saskatchewan Environment Management and Protection Act, 2002.View the post titled Don't touch that shoreline
Hope you saw us in yesterday's Globe
FYI: yesterday’s story on the Inco decision, and its implications for the tar sands.View the post titled Hope you saw us in yesterday's Globe
GHG reductions: are we getting better?
The federal government has quietly admitted that its greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) reduction efforts are having little effect. The Harper Conservatives won’t comply with the action plan portion of the Kyoto Protocol Implementation Act, 2007 , but they do file the reports to Parliament that…View the post titled GHG reductions: are we getting better?
BP and bad regulators: Minerals Management Service
One of the biggest scandals surrounding the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico was the incompetence and worse of its regulator, the Minerals Management Service. Can pro-energy regulators also protect the environment? It seems unlikely.View the post titled BP and bad regulators: Minerals Management Service
Congratulations to Dianne on becoming President of Windshare, Canada’s first wind energy cooperative. Together with Toronto Hydro, Windshare owns and operates the highly visible turbine at the Toronto waterfront that has done so much to build support for wind energy in Ontario. Wind en…View the post titled Windshare
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