Climate Report Card Calls for More Action

April 24, 2024 greenzine 0

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Greenzine is providing this reprint to assist readers with background in advance of our upcoming coverage of the City of Peterborough’s updated Climate Change Action Plan  MARK BULLOCK – Peterborough City Council has been overly cautious in its response to the climate change threat, and passive in […]

Balancing Grief And Joy In Turbulent Times

April 15, 2024 greenzine 0

A Crisis Line Responder’s Experience BETH MCKINLAY – Attention is being brought to the climate crisis like never before. Such things as the “cancelled” winter of 2024, the smoke-filled skies of last summer have sharpened our awareness of it. The recent precedent-setting decision by the European Court of Human Rights […]

Book Review Essay: Blowout

April 15, 2024 greenzine 0

If You Read Only One Book This Spring, Make It This One! Author: Rachel Maddow Reviewer/Essayist: PATRICIA REMY “The oil and gas industry has been remaking the world in its favored image for generations. And it’s not finished with us yet. Climate disaster has put a spotlight on the need […]

Resisting The Great Unravelling

April 15, 2024 greenzine 0

FRED IRWIN – Some of you may know that I have moved from Peterborough to Hamilton, Ontario. Born in Brantford and having an undergraduate degree from McMaster University, I am fairly familiar with the area. Oh, how things have changed at Mac! The McMaster U campus is now a small […]

‘Town And Gown’ Meet At Trent Community Research Centre’s 2024 Showcase

April 8, 2024 greenzine 0

Localizing knowledge through undergraduate research.  CHERYL LYON – Most often, it’s the university post-grads who get to “strut their stuff” aka present their research publicly. But Peterborough’s Trent University is different. Every year at this time, this Ontario university’s unique Trent Centre For Community Research showcases the locally-based research of […]