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May is Climate Action Month!

Published on 5/4/2016
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May is Climate Action month. All over the world, people like you and me will be reminding the leaders of their countries that they signed the Paris Climate agreement, and we as citizens will hold them to the commitment they made on our behalf.

Now that we know that fossil fuel industries were aware of the deleterious effects their products were having on our environment, yet were using similar tactics to tobacco companies to mislead the public, how are we re-educating ourselves?

Now that we know we've been misled, it's our duty to find the facts and to act on them. There is no debate and there never should have been one in the first place.

In the latest post to my blog, I explore a number of ways of making an impact, and to change the destructive course we find ourselves on. Many are simple, and have other benefits. Often what's good for the environment is good for ourselves, our communities and the well-being of workers and animals. 

Future generations are counting on all of us to give our system a rethink. The future is in our hands, and it's our responsibility to reduce the likelihood of natural disasters. Sadly and ironically, the month began with a devastating fire in Fort McMurray, near the Alberta Tar Sands.

It's up to us to do everything we can to prevent these kinds of senseless tragedies of which the world has already seen too many. It's time for a course correction. 

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