Peter, I’ll take a crack when I can. I have a solar home and drive a Prius. I had a solar home in the 1970s!!!! With a windmill for electricity at my children’s camp. IN THE 70s!!!! The technology’s been around that long!!!!
Peter, I can’t weigh in on this with any authority given my lack of real economic understanding. I DO understand that our level of economic inequality is a catastrophe. 90% tax on the 1% seems high (they’d flee […]
Right on, Kelli. What’s threatening Canada isn’t just a Canadian issue–expanding the Alberta tar sands (which is what would happen if the pipelines are allowed into BC) increases global warming way more than […]
Paul, boy do you GET IT!!! I didn’t understand the Trade deals and their (very negative) impact on climate for the reasons you so clearly lay out until I read Naomi Klein’s “This Changes Everything.” An excellent […]
I’ve been in Vancouver for 2 days where I joined with Greenpeace activists, First Nations peoples, parents, grandparents, professors, students at an amazing 6-hour ‘Toast The Coast’ rally on Jerricho Beach […]
Veronica, Here’s the reply I received from Allyson Fanger, Our costumer designer regarding your question:
“The wrap on the beach was from Bloomingdales… I am pretty sure it was their in-house brand, “charter […]
Actually, Barbara, Lily and I raised the issue of the guys getting more as a joke. The amount and way the 4 of us are paid is 100% equitable. As was from the get go. But your point in general is correct. Women and […]