Some good news – Penguin supercolony discovered in Antarctica

Earlier in March, scientists have found a giant colony of about 1.5 million Adélie penguins living on the remote Danger Islands off Antarctica Earlier in March — Satellite images and a drone helped a team of researchers discover about 1.5 million Adélie penguins (an adorable, knee-high, ice-dwelling variety) living in the Danger Islands. The discovery confirms that the islands are a penguin hot spot, and their large numbers will help prioritize the area for conservation

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Solar Sunday – Earth Hour

  Earth Hour in Canada – BC not pulling its weight!? VANCOUVER — Despite British Columbians vocal protests to SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT!! — BC residents increased their power use during Earth Hour for the first time in a decade! B.C. Hydro says electricity use across the province rose by 0.2 per cent from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday night, compared with the same hour the week before Earth Hour, an event in which people around the

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Saturday/Sunday – Weekend Wrap Up – Part 2 – Aboriginal engagement, Government inaction, and being OceanWise

Saturday/Sunday – Weekend Wrap Up – Part 2 – Aboriginal engagement, Government inaction, and being OceanWise Part 2 – I was more optimistic with Canadian Business Leaders and Aboriginal Leaders working together, yet continuing to be disappointed with the prospects of government action. Of all the forums, this may have been my favourite! – Aboriginal Engagement Suncor COO Mark Little sat down for a round-table discussion (well, minus the table) with Fort McKay Chief Jim Boucher, President

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Saturday/Sunday – Weekend Wrap Up – Part 1 – SMUG Warning

Saturday/Sunday –  Weekend Wrap Up – SMUG Warning for the Coastline Globe Series Vancouver 2018 Wrapped up this week with lots of potential in renewable energy, green infrastructure projects, and the ever looming debate over pipelines… Getting to meet David Suzuki, Robert F. Kennedy Jr, and a whole host of passionate people was indeed a pleasure. I learned a lot about myself this week. I went to Globe Series Vancouver as an optimistic-skeptic *Trademarked. I

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Solar Sunday – Ontario’s front-runner, and International Leaders take action on climate

  Solar Sunday – World Leaders gather in India days after Trudeau snub Actions  needed more than rhetoric, and after my Federal budget bashing on the lack of cold-hard cash going towards ACTUAL solar projects, I once again have to be the bearer of more bad news… The difference between ACTION and WORDS was pretty clear to me this week, and I have bad news for Canada. Our leader has done a lot more of

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