Monthly Archives: January 2012

Ten Ways to Go Green… and save money!

Hey all! So I was just thinking about phrases that go along with halting, or slowing, climate change. The first one that I thought of, and I hear it quite often is “go green”! So, I Googled that phrase, and this … Continue reading

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The Skeptical Environmentalist

Hey everyone! Sorry this post is so late; I went home on Thursday for some family business and totally forgot to write. For my first post I have decided to share some thoughts on the Danish author Bjorn Lomborg. You … Continue reading

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Warm Winter Puts Wildlife and Nature at Risk

One of our assignments for class is to choose a media clip or article about climate change and discuss it with our class. Since I shared mine this previous week, it’s all I have been thinking about. The article I … Continue reading

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What have we got to lose?

What do skeptics gain by denying the human onset of climate change? Sure, anyone should feel free to state their opinion, but why go to such great lengths? Even if human activity isn’t to blame for the current state of … Continue reading

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Standing his ground!

Although this isn’t specifically Canadian news, it’s an issue that would have intern affected us. Obama has finally come to a decision on the Keystone Pipeline project! He has officially denied the permit for the pipeline proposal. The pipeline project … Continue reading

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Thin Ice

It is so exciting to see a good snowfall; maybe I can actually go tobogganing like I wanted to way back in December, or maybe I can go skate on the pond when it gets cold enough, oh wait… I … Continue reading

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Canada: Not Taking Part in the Drive Towards a Green Environment

As I was looking around the internet, looking for Canada’s policies or agreements in connection with climate change, it became apparent to me that there quite frankly are none. Article after article, all they said were “this is what Canada … Continue reading

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