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Oct 20, 2016

Can Trudeau get away with killing electoral reform?

Karl Nerenberg
While the PM has not said he is ditching his electoral reform promise, he has taken a big step back from it. But is the voting system a matter about which the public is blissfully indifferent?
Podcast
Jun 20, 2016
Activism In The Age Of Terror

Activism in the age of terror

Green Majority Radio
Peabody Energy is a massive coal company that recently filed for bankruptcy revealing the monumental degree to which they funded science denial. Also... terrorism.
Podcast
Dec 25, 2015
2015 In Review

2015 in review

Green Majority Radio
We review a bunch of top 2015 news items (not just environmental stories) and draw conclusions about where the world is going as we reach the end of another year.
Photos
Oct 22, 2015

What can science centres teach us?

Wayne MacPhail
Science centres convey the principles, wonder and realities of the natural world to a public often overwhelmed by the jargon, pace and detail of science and engineering.
Columnists
Jan 6, 2015

Can permaculture save the world?

Permaculture, an agriculture movement based on natural systems, may represent the most enduring legacy of the counter-culture of the 1960s and '70s. Can it help society's transition to sustainability?
Columnists
May 28, 2014

Why science isn't a buffet

Science isn't a buffet. You either apply its principles consistently or you don't. And, when you don't, then you're just passing on belief and opinion.
Podcast
Apr 28, 2014

Victory in fight to save Experimental Lakes Area

Redeye
An area of 58 lakes in northwestern Ontario has been used as an outdoor laboratory since 1968 to study the stressors on freshwater systems. The federal government stopped funding the program in 2013.
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Save the Science Libraries

3 Minute Action
Sign a petition to stop the disposal of valuable information as science libraries across the country are closed

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