Category Archives: Climate Change

Bike racks at 6PM. Foot/bike bridge and Nanaimo foot ferry at 7PM

Just a quick note that if you are in support of more bike and pedestrian friendly infrastructure in our City today might be a good day to head to City Hall. At 6PM there will be an official public hearing … Continue reading

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From 1995 – The effects of greenhouse gases on the biosphere of Canada

The following is an essay I wrote for Biology 150 at UVic in my first year in 1995.  I only recently rediscovered this essay when I was going through some old digital files on a very old Atari ST computer … Continue reading

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Common Goals with Alberni First – But Fiercely Independent.

If you are reading this post then you no doubt already know that Port Alberni’s Municipal politics scene got a bit of a shakeup last week with the announcement of a new Electoral Association calling itself Alberni First. James Edwards, … Continue reading

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POLL: How do we cross Roger Creek?

As you all likely know by now the debate about the “10th Avenue Crossing” is back on! Well, how about a Poll! You can vote to the right. —->>> The latest development is a plan put forward by a knowledgeable … Continue reading

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Jobs Jobs Jobs – And “Jobs” vs. “Green”

Jobs. People have often asked me questions like “Chris, you’re for the environment, but what about jobs?  Will environment always come before creating jobs?” I don’t see the two as mutually exclusive.  There are a myriad of ways to create jobs, … Continue reading

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