On The Ground

March 24, 2024 greenzine 0

PETER CURRIER interviews Ian Attridge, Peterborough Environmental Lawyer and Activist Attridge’s respectful inquisitiveness and keen sense of place have given him an overarching grasp of how, in particular, the Peterborough area has evolved since the pre-contact days of Indigenous primacy. As a lawyer, naturalist, and social activist, he has had […]

More Fun, Less Stuff– For A Better World

March 24, 2024 greenzine 0

“Inherent within the challenges of peak oil and climate change is an extraordinary opportunity to reinvent, rethink and rebuild the world around us. Rob Hopkins, Co-Founder Transition Town Movement MIKE NICKERSON – The Transition vision for the post-carbon world is a thriving, resilient, internally uplifting society. Our potential for life-based […]

The Thinking Garden

March 17, 2024 greenzine 1

A Thesis for Our Times CHERYL LYON – I was visiting my friend Barbara Ratz in her home when she shared with me a paper she had written in 1994. It turned out to be a gem with deep relevance for our times. The paper was part of a Guelph […]

Bird Friendly Buildings

March 17, 2024 greenzine 0

Architects Are Starting To Pay Attention Marilyn Freeman – As naturalists and birders, we are all too aware of the avian carnage created by tall glass buildings during migration and especially in large cities that are on flyways such as New York and Chicago. In Canada, window collisions kill 16 […]

Legacy Sites – A Speculation

March 11, 2024 greenzine 0

“And even if I knew the world would end tomorrow, I would still plant my apple tree today.” Martin Luther PATRICIA REMY – The world might end, but not the planet Earth. It has another 5 billion years or so. The “world” is a human construct; it has not been […]