On becoming energy self-sufficent - one solar panel at a time.

Civil engineer, Jack Caldwell, reviews the Mt Polley mine disaster report and describes the 'domino effect' that could have been prevented.

A look at the dynamic living system of lakes, how to prevent algae blooms, and preserve a precious resource; fresh water.

Joyce Nelson explores blurring of the separation of church and state in Canada.

 

Bill McKibben's thoughts on the US - China climate deal.

Cool tech stuff that could change our world for the better.

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denial is not an energy policy

1) It is historic. John Kerry was right to use the phrase in his New York Times oped announcing the deal: for the...

Solar panels at Kaslo, BC

It has been a very long haul since we took the plunge last June and paid for our solar equipment, manufactured in...

hotspring

BC may have a “Trillion Dollar Opportunity,” and it is NOT LNG.*  There are more than 150 known hot springs in...

soap bubble floating in the air

Most people are unaware of how widespread triclosan and triclocarban chemicals are in their daily lives. Many...

Mt Polley Mine breached

The failure of the Mt Polley tailings facility vindicated Karl Terzaghi and Ralph B. Peck, the two great engineers...

beluga whale

TransCanada Corporation’s $11-billion Energy East pipeline project has run into a stumbling block in Quebec over a...

candles

We think of right-wing evangelical religion as an influence in American politics, but, unrecognized by the...

Hague - Gunflint Community Watershed

A lake is not a thing; it is a process. A lake is a dynamic living system, a flow of energy and nutrients, a home...

The Homeward Wolf

Modern-day humans seem to hate predators, often without realising that we are predators ourselves. In fact, it is...

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