Local Living Through The Climate Crisis

June 2, 2023 greenzine 0

Part 1: We Are Children of Our Local Geography EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE − You know that feeling, that shimmer of recognition when you’re almost home after being away − rounding a certain bend in the road, catching the sparkle of a lake, a recognizable contour of hills, the roofline of your […]

The Green “Red Line”

February 21, 2023 greenzine 0

EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE – Good old Greenpeace! Still hanging in there with the unpopular positions. While the Green Parties of Europe have all gone nuke and affirmed nuclear energy as carbon-free, Greenpeace doggedly reminds the world of some inconvenient truths. Resorting to nuclear power is the red line in the sand […]

Wicked Problems and Wild Ideas

January 1, 2023 greenzine 0

EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE − At the beginning of a new year, there’s lots of talk about “the future,” especially these days as the climate crisis deepens. The Greenzine offers lots of thought about both the climate and the future. We hope we are stimulating imagination into action. But does imagining get […]

A Season For Green Dreaming

December 31, 2022 greenzine 0

EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE − The growing darkness of December, the seasonal hope for a better world symbolized by gifts and stars, candles that never go out and trees that are ever green − this is the time for dreaming. In her book Crip Kinship, disability justice activist Shadya Kafai writes “dreaming […]

Greenzine New Look

December 15, 2022 greenzine 0

A FEW IMPROVEMENTS TO OUR WEBSITE EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE − When you clicked on the Greenzine this time, you see a slightly different look to presenting our content. We trust our new categories will be helpful. There are now seven subject categories across the’ black banner’: Energy, Environment, Economy, Equity, Community, […]

A Video Session with Drew Monkman

October 28, 2022 greenzine 0

Impacts of Climate Change On Nature In The Kawarthas EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE – For local folk with a question about anything about Nature, Drew Monkman has become the “go-to guy” in the Peterborough and Kawartha area. You’ll appreciate the local references, for instance to the Bridgenorth Pharmacy, and to the weather […]

Municipal Elections Matter in the Climate Crisis

October 22, 2022 greenzine 0

EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE − Climate change is not something “out there” somewhere else. Its catastrophic impacts are already being experienced, locally – in the city, on farms, in our homes, our economy and our bodies and minds. It should be next municipal Councils’ No. 1 priority from which all the rest […]

88 Months: Municipal Councils’ Climate Change Challenge

September 6, 2022 greenzine 0

EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE – Our place. Not just where we’re from but where we live. Indigenous peoples know the consequences of being torn away from their places or having them destroyed. Climate change in this area may not uproot us in that profound way but it will radically alter our “sense […]