Monthly Archives: November 2011

trike report 14

    snow. winter’s here. as for winter driving, my bike guy advises against it cuz of salt corrosion. he picked up my bike today to lengthen the chain, so i asked him about winter driving. some folks drive beaters, … Continue reading

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cop17 in durban day 03

Canada won’t confirm Kyoto withdrawal Qatar wins bid to host 2012 climate talks from the david suzuki foundation: Tell Environment Minister Peter Kent and your M.P.that you want Canada to commit to the Kyoto Protocol or leave the UN climate … Continue reading

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‘Update on Omnibus Crime Bill’

‘Coast to coast, Canadians have protested the flawed Omnibus Crime Bill. Critics, including the Canadian Bar Association, say it makes no sense—crime  rates are dropping and decades of research proves that more people in jail doesn’t equal safer streets. Just … Continue reading

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kyoto

ok, it’s not perfect, but neither is life, nor democracy. i’ve learned the hard way that sometimes perfection isn’t possible, even desirable. politics is the art of the possible. and this is very possible. based on the successful montreal protocol … Continue reading

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kyoto

ok, it’s not perfect, but neither is life, nor democracy. i’ve learned the hard way that sometimes perfection isn’t possible, even desirable. politics is the art of the possible. and this is very possible. based on the successful montreal protocol and … Continue reading

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reading Population: The Elephant in the Room by paul chefurka

Population: The Elephant in the Room he thinks we’re peaking right now (2007) population is related to energy he wrote this in 2007 and concludes: ‘We have come to this point so suddenly that most of us have not yet … Continue reading

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elizabeth may’s hope

‘I believe responsible governments and Parliaments must accept the consensus and never abandon hope that reductions today will spare our children and grandchildren.  As a mother and a grandmother and as a Member of Parliament and Leader of the Green … Continue reading

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trike report 13

stormed all day, wind and rain. no riding. worked on my exercise playlist, adding ‎ ‘Radiowaves Mix 1.0 Jabba & Ahmed’ of ‘people power’

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confirmation bias

or a man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest. that’s what this post is about, i think, so if it doesn’t interest you, read something else. i’ve been to university, to other continents, i’m open to … Continue reading

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cop17 in durban day 02

amandla!–we used to shout this at anti-apartheid rallies. now, apartheid is gone, and we can save the planet from ourselves in south africa, of all places. the challenges have gotten bigger. but the issue remains the same, eh? now, today’s … Continue reading

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