Monthly Archives: August 2011

A RUDE AWAKENING: THE NORTHERN WALK TO REGINA FOR A NUCLEAR WASTE BAN

On August 16th several hundred people walked the green mile along Regina’s Albert Street, taking their call for a provincial nuclear waste ban to the government. They want an end to the industry group, the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO), … Continue reading

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GETTING FROM THE EGO-CENTRIC TO THE ECO-CENTRIC, Part 2

If we make it to being a sustainable species, our offspring may look back to the 1969 landing on the moon as one turning point. Perhaps some of the science fiction coming out of the space age will be seen … Continue reading

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SHIFTING FROM EGO-CENTRICISM TO ECO-CENTRICISM, Part I By Jim Harding World-renowned biologist, Rene DuBos, coined the now familiar phrase “Think globally, Act locally”. In Wooing of Earth he suggested that “Humanized environments give us confidence because nature has been reduced … Continue reading

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800 KM WALK HEATS UP NUCLEAR WASTE CONTROVERSY

Much has happened since the Forum for Truth on Nuclear Waste Storage was held in Beauval June 2nd. Organized in two weeks by the newly-formed Committee for Future Generations, the forum was attended by 200 people, most from ten northern … Continue reading

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WHY THE NORTHERN SASKATCHEWAN FORUM VOTED TO BAN NUCLEAR WASTES

On the afternoon of June 2nd two hundred people mostly from ten northern communities gathered in the school auditorium at Beauval for the “Forum for Truth on Nuclear Waste Storage”. It was organized by the recently formed Committee for Future … Continue reading

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