At the request of the Board of Directors, CACOR member Fred Németh provided the gist for a discussion at the 1994 Annual General Meeting. He outlined the scope of global societal problems and presented a plan to deal with them. Link to | Manageable Solutions
In 1994, Brigadier General WR Dobson reported on Air Command’s (Canadian Air Force) project to assess the implications of major international and national trends that might influence the composition and structure of the Canadian Aerospace Forces in 2020 and beyond. It was not the intention to advocate change, merely report the trends of future change […]
I write this amid my continuous frustration with the state of society and after watching CACOR’s weekly Zoom about what happened at COP26 (15 December 2021): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsM_rLaz0Cg . [more] I think, if we were serious, we’d be taking part, as a group with a position, in the 2022 Ontario election. Carbon emissions must be drastically […]
Climate change is upon us, yet we are far, far away from any solution. That’s because there are two pieces missing from the jigsaw puzzle: a global agreement on how to share out the adjustment to a low-carbon world, and national reduction plans which have citizen buy-in. This talk focuses on the first lacuna: the lack of a global agreement and argues that we need a broad deal, between the developed and developing world, which includes more than reductions in emissions and the transfer of money–it needs to include access to the markets of developed countries.
For Immediate release Canadian Association for the Club of Rome calls on all federal Parties to end subsidies to fossil fuels August 25, 2021 OTTAWA – Canada needs to ignore the lack of international consensus around defining ‘inefficient fossil fuel subsidies,’ and simply eliminate all fossil subsidies as per the World Trade Organization’s agreed-upon definition of subsidies. […]