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    Green Team Growing

    Blog | Sunday, 04 Mar 2007
    Yesterday marked another big first for the Green Party… We have so many “firsts” it is hard to keep up! Of course, this week was the first ever poll to show us tied with the NDP at 13%. (As my...

    A referendum on Kyoto in Canada

    Blog | Thursday, 01 Mar 2007
    Well, the Quebec provincial election is in full swing, and if the PQ win, they promise to host another referendum ... So, I was thinking, wouldn't it be something if we could hold a referendum on...

    The Climate for Business

    Blog | Thursday, 01 Mar 2007
    Last night a packed hall in the well-heeled community of Rockcliffe Park Village in Ottawa heard a “friendly debate” on climate change from two of long-time protagonists for the pro and anti-Kyoto...

    Using tanks to win hearts and minds

    Blog | Wednesday, 28 Feb 2007
    So now that Canada has decided to spend $159 million to send 15 of our Leopard tanks to Afghanistan, we find out they can't be used in summer. Wow. Am I the only one that thinks this is just...

    Getting Personal with Voting Patterns

    Blog | Wednesday, 28 Feb 2007
    Now that the NHL trade deadline is over, its back to politics. I'm still trying to get over the Ryan Smyth trade but I digress...ah, this website recently came across my desk. Would you vote for...

    Growing the Green Economy

    Blog | Tuesday, 27 Feb 2007
    Already I see the blog comments on the Globe and Mail site resulting from Elizabeth's excellent article today: "Kyoto will kill the Canadian Economy"! We as a party need to address this lie front and...

    cheap solar power poised to undercut oil and gas by half

    Blog | Tuesday, 27 Feb 2007
    The following article was in the Monday, February 19/2007 issue of the Daily Telegraph... thought you fellow greens would be interested.... The 'polymer' they may be talking about may be an infrared...

    Reality sets in....CO2 challenge....

    Blog | Tuesday, 27 Feb 2007
    The atmosphere approximately represents about 1.54x10^22 litres of air (not including changes due to density and temperature, on a purely volumetric assessment...) so we have to process 92.8 ppm of...

    Global Warming and the Ozone Layer and Global Warming

    Blog | Tuesday, 27 Feb 2007
    Just when everyone thought the hole in the ozone layer was on the mend, that's the hole over Antarctica, suddenly it expanded to its previous maximum size in 2001, making it as large as the whole of...