The last “For your selection” was: 2019-01-28 For Your Selection. Main emphasis: serious, the export of water.
INVALID, but not! some links in the postings show as invalid, a line drawn through them. They work just fine. I might now know how to fix them. Will try again. /Sandra
FOR YOUR SELECTION, FEBRUARY 14, 2019
If you read nothing else, please have time for:
Can you really expect “novel” or “creative” after years of protesting? . . .
whether denouncing a war, or denouncing the poisoning of life forms, to the point of mass extinctions?
GMO, BAYER-MONSANTO AGRICULTURE, “Plummeting insect numbers . . “,
THE ROLE OF THE UNIVERSITY IN ‘THREATEN COLLAPSE OF NATURE’
“Another incentive for council to inform themselves about this matter comes in the form of an impending public disclosure by the CBC Radio Canada investigative team on the influence wielded by Monsanto on Canadian university campuses — and guess who’ll be starring in that piece.”
I am very happy to see an all-out assault on corruption, by a wide array of organizations and individuals. Awareness – –
2019-02-01 From APLUC: “… with respect to the Water Sustainability Act it is unclear who establishes and monitors “Critical Environmental Flows”. Can you clarify this for us? Can you also identify what streams and rivers have had critical environmental flows established?” etc.
An excellent letter. Maybe you want to ask the same questions of your Government?
2019-01-24 The Strathcona Resolution (updated)
By the same doc-filmmaker as made “Inside Job” on the 2007-08 meltdown on Wall Street.
While the name of Donald Trump isn’t once mentioned in Watergate‘s 260 minutes (although the film’s subtitle, Or How We Learned to Stop an Out-of-Control President, offers a certain hat-tip), it’s nearly impossible to watch it without comparing Nixon’s grandiose, multilayered self-destruction with the current situation in the White House.