Archive for 2009 December

Three percent in Copenhagen

Canada is poised to torpedo international climate negotiations now underway in Copenhagen.  Canadians concerned about a future for the next generations can have a dramatic impact by pressing their government today.     Read more »

Holiday spirit and climate action

I had a busy day today.     Read more »

Skeptics continue to fool Corcoran

Here’s a letter I sent to the National Post regarding their article on the Munk Debate in response to Terence Corcoran’s highly deceptive post.  It wasn’t published.

I can agree with only one statement of Mr. Corcoran’s analysis of the Munk Debate on climate change last week.  The audience had no way of knowing fact from fiction.

Fact checking would have revealed that the Monbiot/May side had the facts on their side.     Read more »

Mike Schreiner on The Agenda

Mike Schreiner, new Leader of the Green Party of Ontario, was interviewed by Steve Paikin on The Agenda.

(Original broadcast: Tuesday, 2009 December 8, 8 pm.)

Canada in Copenhagen

Green Party of Canada leader Elizabeth May and deputy leader Jacques Rivard are joining hundreds of Canadians in Copenhagen to press for the international treaty most Canadians voted for and to oppose the dangerous proposals Canada’s official delegation brings to the table.

Over the next 10 days in Copenhagen, the successor treaty to the Kyoto Protocol is to be negotiated.  This treaty will bind participating nations to emissions reductions, forest protection and economic and technology transfers over the next decade.  It has tremendous economic implications for the next few decades and overwhelming human rights implications for the next generations.     Read more »