Tag Archive: climate change

Feb 08 2013

Elizabeth May & Joyce Murray advocate cooperation among the progressive voices in Canada

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Here is a wonderful email I received yesterday from Elizabeth May – Green party leader: Dear Ms. Judd, Thank you for your letter concerning party cooperation in Canada. I agree with you and many other Canadians across the country who have been reacting with outrage at the Harper’s assault on democracy. I have long advocated …

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Feb 07 2013

Check out my new music blog

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I’m trying to collect my songs and put them in one place. So I made a strictly music blog with MP3 downloads, videos, lyrics, Posters and pictures of me with my guitar. If you have some pics of me playing my guitar at some event that I don’t have – please send them along. Thanks …

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Jun 30 2012

OCanada, who for a lost democracy?Thanx for 3,000 views!

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OCanada, a protest song for Canada Day

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Jun 17 2012

O Canada #music #video

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O Canada on Native land – we wash the oil from tar and sand – from pipe to power this darkest hour – from sea to shining sea

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Apr 26 2012

Vernon ‘Ponderosa’ event connects the dots – 5/5/12 with 350.org

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Bill Darnell Mary Stockdale and local artists, Molly March and Cathy Stubington are organizing a local community art event as part of the international Climate Impacts Day (5/5/12) 350.org

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Feb 11 2012

For the love of Green let's #worktogether for change

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“the Green lens comes in front of every policy and you drive it through that lens. We’ll release environmental planks but every plank should be environmental. I think the Prime Minister should be the environment minister. Why cast it off to some low level bureaucracy that has no influence in power? “

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Dec 06 2011

The Future

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Before I retire from teaching, I wonder if I’ll be able to teach a course called “Lost Environments,” where I tell students about what were once coastal ecosystems that are now under water because of our headlong rush into climate change? I can show lots of pictures of the Everglades… via The Future.

Oct 07 2010

global work party on climate change and food safety

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These links were in my mail – I haven’t tried them yet but it sounds interesting. http://www.avaaz.org/en/global_work_party/?cl=780313312&v=7326 http://cfs.convio.net/site/R?i=BWQyH2pQVEbbdQ_gGRBTiw..

Mar 20 2010

e-mail from Minister Penner & Our Reply

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All species of wild salmon face multiple and simultaneous threats, including habitat alteration and loss, hatcheries, harvest, deteriorating water quality, alien species, contaminants and human population growth. Perhaps, however, the most over-arching threat is climate change … Barry Penner, Minister

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