Monthly Archives: March 2011

WHAT DOES JAPAN’S TRIPLE DISASTER TELL US ABOUT SUSTAINABILITY?

My heart goes out to the Japanese people. The March 11, 2011 earthquake was the largest in its recorded history; the fifth biggest globally in a century. The resulting tsunami swept whole settlements away as it surged inland, sometimes as … Continue reading

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IS CANADA’S DEMOCRACY AND OUR CHANCE FOR SUSTAINABILITY SLIPPING AWAY?

First in Tunisia, then Egypt and now Libya, youth are risking their lives to topple oil-rich authoritarian leaders, many who obtained their military might with western backing. Meanwhile, as we sit at our TVs watching with some astonishment as these … Continue reading

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WHY COLONIAL MENTALITY CAN’T GET US TO SUSTAINABILITY

The nuclear industry is going around the north promoting a nuclear dump as if this was the way to bring development to an impoverished region. $1,000,000 has already been provided by the NWMO to the FSIN, supposedly to help First … Continue reading

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