Articles from May, 2019

With Climate Action, the Middle Ground Between Success and Failure is Failure
We need a massive, comprehensive, all-hands-on-deck mobilization of our entire country to transition rapidly and decisively to a decarbonized economy if we have any hope of saving the planet for our children and grandchildren.
by Ryan McGreal
Published May 17, 2019 in Special Report: Climate Change (5 comments)

nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up
This film should be shown in high school civics, law and history classes across the country to eradicate the belief that First Nations peoples are disposable.
by Doreen Nicoll
Published May 16, 2019 in Healing Gaia (0 comments)

Addressing the Twin Crises of Global Warming and Neoliberalism
A Green New Deal offers a blueprint for a rapid transition to a sustainable economy that brings everyone along, delivering more prosperity to Canadians and guaranteeing that no workers will be left behind in the transition.
by Ryan McGreal
Published May 10, 2019 in Special Report: Climate Change (7 comments)

Speaking Notes from my Magill-Pearl-Kent Greenway Jane's Walk
On Saturday, May 4, I led a Jane's Walk along the proposed route of a new neighbourhood greenway that may be coming to Hamilton next year.
by Ryan McGreal
Published May 06, 2019 in Special Report: Cycling (1 comment)

Two Jane's Rides in 2019: Downtown to General Hospital and Durand to Kirkendall by Alley
On May 4 and 5, Kevin Love will be leading Jane's Rides that explore how to use Hamilton's network of alleys to travel around the city.
by Kevin Love
Published May 02, 2019 in Special Report: Cycling (1 comment)

16 Ways to Spend Your Carbon Tax Dividend
You're getting climate cash. Here are 16 ways you could invest it to reduce your emissions and save more money.
by Jen Dawson
Published May 01, 2019 in Special Report: Climate Change (4 comments)

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