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Nelson: Canada without energy industry is a pipe dream

Normally I’d have a smidgen of sympathy for someone suggesting we stop swooning over our prime minister.

But, in the case of Bill McKibben, the reigning poster child for the more radical elements of the North American environmental movement, such nodding acquiescence sails out the window. 578 more words

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Peoples Climate March: We resist. We build. We r

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Green Mania

That Justin Trudeau is a genial and pleasant-tempered man may not be “a truth universally acknowledged,” but that he is as close to that perfect status as any human being is likely to get is not a proposition inviting dissent. 280 more words

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Bill Maher: Make Earth Great Again

Bill Maher concluded Friday’s show explaining why we should concentrate on saving our planet rather than dreaming about colonizing Mars:

I’m a big fan of science fiction and space exploration, but colonizing Mars makes no sense…it might be a neat adventure to visit the place, but not now; $450 billion would be better spent here on Gaia. 45 more words

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Rex Murphy: If the eco-fanatics hate Justin Trudeau this much, imagine what they think of you

That Justin Trudeau is a genial and pleasant-tempered man may not be “a truth universally acknowledged,” but that he is as close to that perfect status as any human being is likely to get is not a proposition inviting dissent. 892 more words

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New Goals Continued.....

The first figures for my challenge are from my water bill.  Yesterday I told you the goal for water usage was 10 gallons per person per day. 1,140 more words

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John Ivison: Radical U.S. environmentalist calls Trudeau ‘stunning hypocrite,’ targets museum's links to oil

Bill McKibben, a radical U.S. environmentalist who would prefer to keep all carbon in the ground, has upset the Trudeau government by calling the prime minister “the brother” of Donald Trump on climate change. 712 more words

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