Popular Culture and Climate Change
You know social change is happening when popular culture is well ahead of the politicians. This weekend, we had examples at all scales. Millions worldwide watched Live Earth, many taking pledges to reform their energy consumption. In Toronto, one of the hits of the Fringe Festival is The Inc…Continue reading the post titled Popular Culture and Climate Change
NTREE adds economic facts to the fire
The federal government’s Clean Air Agenda has received another blow with the release of the Interim Report of the National Round Table on Environment and Economy. This eminent multi-stakeholder group, one member of which has just been nominated for a Nobel Prize, was asked for R…Continue reading the post titled NTREE adds economic facts to the fire
Making money from climate change
One of the fascinating things about last week’s EECO conference was that no one was there to debate the terrifying science of climate change. Everyone at the leading edge has moved on to economics: who will make money from climate change, and how? Public and institutional interest in the iss…Continue reading the post titled Making money from climate change
If You Love Our Children Productions has released its second documentary on children’s health and the environment, Toxic Trespass. The film explores frightening links between pollution and childhood cancer, focusing on high rates of illness in Windsor and in the Aamjiwnaang First Natio…Continue reading the post titled Toxic Trespass
A nuisance law suit?
Here’s our recent letter about the climate change lawsuit launched by Friends of the Earth and Sierra Legal on May 28, 2007: The Editor Globe and Mail Dear Sir/ Madam, Re: An Open Mind for the G8 date” (Editorial, May 30, 2007) Your editorial “An Open Mind for the G8 date” …Continue reading the post titled A nuisance law suit?