Camrose County in Alberta is using its sewage to grow willows, which it then burns for energy.
It’s time to address Canada’s dismal and worsening environmental record.
Cities and towns are not helpless in the face of such disasters.
January 2, 2013 VANCOUVER, BC, Jan. 2, 2013/ Troy Media/ – In 1988, hundreds of scientists and policy-makers met in Toronto for a major international conference on climate change. They were sufficiently alarmed by the accumulated evidence for human-caused global warming that they issued a release stating, ‘Humanity is conducting an unintended, uncontrolled, globally pervasive […]
Money levied through making all polluters pay could virtually eliminate federal income taxes . . .
Michael Mann is now damaged goods . . .
EDMONTON, AB, Feb. 1, 2010/ Troy Media/ — The climate change debacle may be seen as a victory for the sceptics, but it is in fact a victory for science . . .
EDMONTON, AB, Jan. 19, 2010/ Troy Media/ — It has been a bad start to the new year for those who are concerned that action needs to be taken now to forestall the impact of climate change in the future . . .
CALGARY, AB, Jan. 15, 2010/ Troy Media/ — All sorts of well-meaning organizations like to extol the virtues of shopping local and supporting the local business community. But . . .