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The Recession hit working and middle class families hard, not to mention us Boomers who thought we were going to retire. But an amazing reaction to that has been the success of work from home jobs, small mom and … Continue reading
Women Pioneers of Animal Rights: from Mary Tealby & Nell Shipman to Ingrid Newkirk & Marlice van Vuuren
Women Pioneers of Animal Rights Nell Shipman & Brownie “Nature and her wild children would act for me — not as animated puppets but living, breathing images of wilderness, purity at its Divine source…” Nell Shipman “Animals … Continue reading
The Eskimo Curlew of Canada. The Golden Toad of Costa Rica. The Zanzibar Leopard. The Javan Tiger. The Pyrenean Ibex. The West African Black Rhino. Just some of the world’s species declared “Officially Extinct” in just the last few years. … Continue reading
Born in Atlantic Canada, the wild ocean has always been “just out there” for me — sometimes calm, sometimes seething — always a living place. Blue and green and white, roaring onto rocks and sand. Playground for shorebirds who … Continue reading
Jackie Chan is right. Jackie spoke out about elephant poaching, making it clear that the iconic and majestic animals were being decimated for their ivory. And that there is only one sure way to stop it. Speaking in … Continue reading
For many of us Boomers, our introduction to Chimpanzees was in the old Tarzan movies. Cheeta (based on Nkima the monkey in Edgar Rice Burroughs’ stories) was a tame, comical companion who readily sought out help when a human … Continue reading
When the ultra-conservative DailyFinance announces that “rapidly falling costs have transformed the solar power industry, and in many locations grid parity is already in the rear view mirror” you know that Solar Energy has arrived. DailyFinance goes on to … Continue reading
The search for Nature-friendly energy production goes on. (“One thing for sure, it’s not the Tar Sands,” say the Greens). We need clean energy technologies. Here in Atlantic Canada, a number of programs using the tides along the Bay of … Continue reading
Here in Atlantic Canada, when we step out our back door and see the beautiful woodlands coloured in October tints, it’s almost possible to forget the unseasonably hot, humid summer brought to us by Climate Change. Almost… Sometimes, my … Continue reading