Sad Sad Rain – a Reason for Hope

Pop Music, Acid Rain, and our Climate Challenge I grew up in the 1980's when the radio waves were a-rift with iconic pop tunes disguising omens of apocalyptic doom. Remember Nena's "99 Luft Balloons"? Nuclear War. Rush's "Distant Early Warning"? A suite of doomsday scenarios.  Platinum Blonde's "Sad Sad Rain" ? At that time I … Continue reading Sad Sad Rain – a Reason for Hope

The Carbon Tax for Dummies – Part 2 -How is Industry Treated and Will the Plan Work?

Introduction This article is a continuation of an outline of the basics of Alberta and Canada's carbon pricing plans that began in "The Carbon Tax for Dummies - Part 1" The Alberta carbon plan is based on its policy report, "The Climate Leadership Plan", or the "CLP". The federal government based its policies on the … Continue reading The Carbon Tax for Dummies – Part 2 -How is Industry Treated and Will the Plan Work?