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Citizen Scientists Are Digging in and Getting Results

David Suzuki | Posted 05.06.2015 | Canada
David Suzuki

Science, too, is now in the hands of citizens around the world. From the ocean depths to the outer reaches of distant galaxies, and from projects run out of home garages to research platforms with over a million volunteer contributors, science has never been more accessible to the average person.

Keystone: Obama's Slow Motion Kabuki Theatre

Kenneth P. Green | Posted 05.06.2015 | Canada Politics
Kenneth P. Green

The president's rationale for rejecting the Keystone Approval Act is not actually based on an assessment of whether Keystone XL is in the U.S. national interest--that process is ongoing at the State Department. Rather, Mr. Obama's veto justification is that the Act "attempts to circumvent longstanding and proven processes for determining whether or not building and operating a cross-border pipeline serves the national interest."

Why Harper's "Trickle Over" Plan is Not Working

Russ Blinch | Posted 08.13.2014 | Canada Politics
Russ Blinch

Prime Minister Harper says he won't lift a finger to help the environment because he's working too hard to protect jobs. In fact he is imperiling our future by blocking innovation in order to support a fading industry: fossil fuels. Instead of the discredited trickle down theories of the right we now get "trickle over" from Harper.

Why Car Emissions Are Not a Big Deal

Andrew Tai | Posted 08.04.2014 | Canada Politics
Andrew Tai

It may seem like we're going off-topic here with all this talk about the various sources of greenhouse emissions, but the point remains the same -- driving a gas-powered car doesn't affect the environment as much as you think. You can throw your car away and replace it with a hybrid or a bike, if you like, but the environment will still be in trouble.

Solving the CRT Recycling Problem

Gary Shapiro | Posted 11.26.2013 | Canada Impact
Gary Shapiro

Recently, nine million pounds of cathode ray tubes (CRT) were found abandoned in Yuma, Arizona. Similar reports are becoming more common as the market...

The U.S. Electorate's Message To Canada: Diversify Quickly

Kenneth P. Green | Posted 03.25.2013 | Canada Alberta
Kenneth P. Green

On November 6, 2012, the citizens of the United States decided to maintain, essentially, the status quo: they re-elected Barack Obama as President, left the United States House of Representatives solidly in Republican hands, and left the United States Senate under the control of the Democratic Party. But as with all U.S. elections, there are implications for Canada, which, for better or worse, is usually pulled by the tides of American regulation and economic prosperity - or the lack thereof.