By Michelle Moore Film-maker Déception Durable / Journalist Water Today This article originally appeared in Water Today Renewable energy is on the rise in Canada. Communities big and small are harnessing Canada's windy weather conditions to power their communities thereby... Continue Reading →
"Fast-paced climate change is upon us. Rising sea levels are no longer a secondary concern but one that is at the forefront of our minds and our media, and it's time to get creative. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), "mean sea level is projected to rise by tens of centimetres, and possibly more than a metre, by the year 2100, due primarily to thermal expansion of the oceans and increased melting of land ice."
Renewable energy is on the rise in Canada. Communities big and small are harnessing Canada's windy weather conditions to power their communities thereby reducing their dependence on fossil fuels. According to The Canadian Wind Energy Association "more wind energy has... Continue Reading →
“We can, if we have the wisdom, light a fire in this place and time, so bright and clear that it will be seen by all the children of man. Many of whom still huddle in darkness and misery in... Continue Reading →
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An excellent example of guerrilla filmmaking; theirs is a self-funded, two-person film crew who travelled by plane, greyhound, bicycle, pick-up and horseback to bring you the untold stories behind industrial development. Their travels took them to the metropolitan centres as well as the villages and farming communities across Alberta and the North Shore of Quebec.Their hope is that the Oil Sands can serve as a cautionary tale so that Quebecers can envision a future of true sustainable development.
A story of how large-scale resource extraction negatively impacts communities at opposite ends of our country. Having grown up in Fort Assiniboine, Alberta and Sept-Iles, Quebec respectively, William Ray and Michelle Moore realized that the same socioeconomic effects were found... Continue Reading →