More than 80 residents attended “Your Health & Climate Change: Up Close & Personal” at Peterborough Public Health last Thursday evening to hear from national and local experts about the effect of climate change on their health, and how community action can address it. “We’re already living in a time of climate disruption, where global … Read more
If you’ve started to file your income tax in Ontario you’ve probably already come across this treat – the calculation of your Climate Action Incentive which will result in money back from the Canadian Government either in reduced tax payment or an increased refund. As you can see in the extract from Step 1 of … Read more
The Ontario government has cancelled the previous government’s carbon pricing program, cap and trade. As a result Ontario will become subject to the backstop measures of the Pan Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change. That plan includes a price on carbon pollution with rebates to individuals. But, our provincial government intends to fight … Read more
About 70 people gathered in Peterborough’s Trinity United Church Hall Thursday evening to hear investment coach Tim Nash discuss socially responsible investment, in an event organized by For Our Grandchildren. The evening started with a short talk on climate-change science and local effects by Ginny Colling, trained by the Al Gore Climate Reality Project. In … Read more
On Thursday city council voted to accept donations to fund implementation of the Peterborough Climate Change Action Plan. Now you can directly support climate action in our city. Show how much you want change by making a donation. Here’s how. Donate online here on the newly revised Peterborough city web site. Write a cheque payable … Read more
Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq is a Kalaallit Elder whose family belongs to the traditional healers of the Far North from Kalaallit Nunaat, Greenland. He was recently visiting Switzerland and spoke about the change we urgently have to execute as a human race if we want to continue to live on Earth. Listen to his moving words.
If you haven’t seen “How it All Ends” yet, you should. The video is the work of Oregon school science teacher, Greg Craven, and it presents a very well thought out argument for climate change. It’s a very unassuming video – so bear with it, you’ll be glad you did. The video has received over 13 million … Read more