To the Editor: A path connecting the whole Valley.

Update: Published online at the AVNews. There are so many people on our streets and sidewalks; walking, cycling, jogging, rolling in motorized wheelchairs, or gliding along on a scooter. It makes me pine for a path that efficiently links the two ‘sides’ of our City. Yet there always has been one from the harbour to […]

BC LNG deemed a risk to Asian Renewables Development

Study indicates rising world LNG supply pull down natural gas prices causing governments to build new greenhouse gas emitting natural gas fired electrical capacity rather than renewables. A paper published last year in Environmental Science & Technology compares greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of various energy sources in Asian countries to emissions if BC exported LNG […]

Earth Day 2019 – Letting go of the past is hard but exciting!

It’s Earth Day! On this special combination of Earth Day and Easter Monday I find myself reflecting on how it can be hard to let something go. I had a big reminder of that this week. 14 years ago, on the 22nd of June 2005, I had to let something go that was dear to […]