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ack in 1992, the World’s Scientists published their first warning to humanity, stating we were on a collision course with the natural world. They emphasized that “a great change in our stewardship of the Earth and the life on it … Continue reading
ebates between mainstream scientists and silver-tongued opponents cannot be won by the side of truth no matter how obvious the fallacies may be to an expert.—Steven Sherwood, Director of Climate Change Research Centre, Sydney, Australia The scientists’ dilemma nvironmental scientists … Continue reading
e have added a new page that discusses government borrowing from the Bank of Canada and the myth that this would cause inflation. You can find the essay here.
New QI Presentation Although we had decided to stop giving our presentations, BC Nature sent us a request and, because they had previously adopted a position on economic growth, which makes a powerful statement in support of sustainability, we chose … Continue reading
2016–2019 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy Public consultation has just ended for the government’s draft 2016–2019 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy. The draft’s “vision for a sustainable Canada includes a strong and growing economy, healthy ecosystems that are protected from pollution and … Continue reading
The Sustainability Conundrum Richard Hampton Qualicum Institute Note: This was first published on the Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere blog Science is telling us that our world is in trouble. We have too many people consuming too much … Continue reading
Since the QI’s inception, we’ve given many presentations to a wide range of audiences, spanning local governments and university and college classes, to political parties, rate payers associations and environmental organizations. The QI directors thank those who have invited us; … Continue reading
How much of the world’s fossil fuel can we burn? | Environment | The Guardian.
Global warming is now slowing down the circulation of the oceans — with potentially dire consequences – The Washington Post
Global warming is now slowing down the circulation of the oceans — with potentially dire consequences – The Washington Post.