Dr. John Hollins, past chair Canadian Club of Rome wrote: CANADIAN CLIMATE Re Tough Math: Accounting For Climate Change (Re: Editorial, Jan. 2): The Globe’s editorial reads: “The peril of climate change is recent.” Not as old as business itself, certainly, but what is actually recent is widespread appreciation of the peril. Global warming derives […]
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About the presentation ‘Given the list of global issues facing humanity, it is time to observe women leaders as Heads of States and Governments and national and international institutions. Are there common characteristics in the way that they discharge their responsibilities and deal with these world issues? What can we learn from these observations? As […]
Some think that hydrogen is the solution, but there are easier ways that we can do right now.
Financial incentives to recycle spent electric vehicle batteries are eroding. That could spell environmental disaster. January 21, 2021, by Perry Gottesfeld In September, Tesla announced that it would be phasing out the use of cobalt in its batteries in an effort to produce a $25,000 electric vehicle within three years. If successful, this bold move […]
The test of a democracy is not the magnificence of buildings or the speed of automobiles or the efficiency of air transportation, but rather the care given to the welfare of all the people. Helen Adams Keller American author, lecturer, and political activist (1880-1968)