COVID-19 has given the world a pause, a time to reflect while we have more time on our hands as we stay home more than we ever have. But what are some of those possibilities? This interview with
I just finished reading the O’Hagan Essay on Public Affairs by Chris Turner in the November issue of the Walrus. It is a refreshing balanced article on Canada’s progress on the climate file.
It is interesting to see the difference between the Ontario government and BC government plans to meet their climate change commitments. The new BC plan, Clean BC, was just announced and requires all
A good society is dependent upon bold, ethical leadership. Anna-Marie Tremonti interviewed Rachel Notley on The Current yesterday and one of her questions was about the Trudeau administration's
The inaugural Paris Peace Forum, held earlier this month, marked the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. Inspired by the COP 21 model, this event centred around one simple idea:
Sometimes I take the privilege of writing very personally in my blog, as a greying pointy-headed academic. Given the dire warnings of the latest IPCC report, this is a personal plea for political
This latest article in the Washington Post talks about the dangers of chemicals in food colorings, preservatives and packaging are to children. It then goes on to talk about the attempts to discredit
Fossil fuel divestment has gained traction recently among universities and wealth funds, particularly after the 2015 Paris Agreement. Some of the largest financial institutions and insurance companies