Sep 9th, 2012
CATCH News – September 3, 2012Business growth has been most councillors’ top priority for years, but the bottom line financials continue to disappoint them. They have established multiple corporate subsidy programs, slashed business taxes by more than 40 percent, and committed hundreds of millions in...
Sep 8th, 2012
By Bryan Tuckey Toronto Star August 24 2012An interesting article was published in the Toronto Star last week about a new David Suzuki Foundation report that looked at the Ontario Greenbelt’s role in mitigating the effects of climate change....
Sep 8th, 2012
What Ontario landmark stores as much carbon as annual emissions from 33 million cars? By Faisal Moola David Suzuki Foundation August 14 2012 The David Suzuki Foundation released a study today that reveals the Ontario Greenbelt keeps a whopping 172 million tonnes of greenhouse gases out of the atmosph...
Oct 20th, 2011
Jeff Lehman of Barrie one of the speakers at free public forum News release from University of Toronto’s Cities Centre October 20 2011 TORONTO – A coalition of academics, decision makers, community action groups and city planners is preparing for one of the largest public forums on trans...
Nov 27th, 2010
Environmentalist calls the human inventions of the market economy the new demons we believe inBy BRENT MAZEROLLE MONCTON TIMES & TRANSCRIPT November 22 2010Dr. David Suzuki brought his Message from an Elder to Moncton Saturday, and the message from Canada's elder statesman for the environment was we ...
Nov 20th, 2010
"In nature, growth always slams up against non-negotiable constraints sooner or later"by Richard Heinberg postcarbon.org Nov 12, 2010 ...
Sep 7th, 2010
CATCH News – September 6 2010 — A study warning that farming is disappearing in the Halton area mirrors earlier findings in Hamilton on the impact of urbanization and speculation by land developers. It comes in a summer that has seen global food baskets battered by climatic extremes that ...
Aug 22nd, 2010
AWARE Simcoe - August 22 2010The province's plan for growth in Simcoe County places urbanization in the worst possible areas - Bradford, Alliston and the Highway 400 corridor, with dire consequences for Lake Simcoe and the Nottawasaga basin. That was the conclusion articulated by Ontario's senior pla...