Countries like Canada which claim to be climate leaders cannot avoid planning for a managed decline of fossil fuels. But Canada is doing just the opposite by allowing for the ongoing expansion of fossil fuel infrastructure and production. We at...
This blog is featured in an on-going series on how sustainability can save business. This article is also posted in HuffPost Business (Canada). The authors of the article are Jim Harris and Tyler Elm (Editor's note).      ...
BoomerWarrior will be featuring weekly columns published by Tyler Elm and Jim Harris on how sustainability as strategy cuts cost, raises revenue and mitigates risk for business. (previously posted in HuffPost on 09.18.2012) Ever since Rachel Carson's groundbreaking Silent Spring was published in 1962,...
Canada's new climate movement continues to build after the initial Quebec #ActOnClimate march. 350 Ottawa was there. On July 5, 350 Ottawa will again join thousands of people on a march for #JobsJusticeClimate on the streets of Toronto. The march will tell...
This is the fifth blog by Jim Harris and Tyler Elm to appear in BoomerWarrior. Also posted on HuffPost Business as part of a weekly series on how sustainability can save business. (Editor) Using sustainability as strategy can drive change...
This is the fourth blog by Jim Harris and Tyler Elm on how sustainability can save business. Previously in HuffPost Business Canada (Editor). Transportation accounts for 29 per cent of US and 26 per cent of Canada's Greenhouse Gas (GHG)...
BoomerWarrior is pleased to feature this video as part of its ongoing collaboration with Annie Leonard's The Story of Stuff Project. (Editor) Why Citizens (Not Shoppers)  Hold the Key to a Better World. This movie goes to the heart of the...
Andrea Harden-Donahue is the Energy and Climate Justice campaigner for The Council of Canadians. She's also a blogger for the Council. In her recent article centering on climate activism and trade agreements, (reproduced in Below2C with permission) she lists 5 reasons...
We do a lot without thinking, like using GDP growth as a standard of excellence. Most 21st century activity is based on a ‘given’ that underpins the soft science of economics: 'Growth is good' -- not just a big...
In this post, Desmond Berghofer deals with what the next four decades might be like for our grandchildren. His writing on “the moral dimension of economics” paints a “disquieting picture of where current economic thinking and practice are taking...