Now why doesn’t this surprise me? The document from Houston University claims that governments wanting to use Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) have overestimated its value and says it would take a reservoir the size of a small US state to hold the CO2 produced by one power station. Previous modelling has hugely underestimated the […]
Image via Wikipedia The battle to prevent the effects of climate change have been compared to the Apollo space mission of the 60’s. A recent report and various articles around the web have picked this idea up again, this from Joseph Romm, writing at Salon.com… Goodnight, moon travel | Salon Kennedy ended his speech with […]
Climate Change is expected to have an impact on temperatures and rainfall in much of Canada, but beyond climate change, there are also seasonal droughts, that people are quick to point the finger at the global problem, but often are just part of the cycle of things.
A representative of the BC Ministry of Transportation recently asserted, “the topic of peak oil is interesting, but is not considered to be of public interest in British Columbia”.
To reduce the impacts of climate change and peak oil – Urbanworkbench hereby proclaims support for a one year moratorium on the following installations in all parts of the Kootenays.
“Oil Removes the Toil” is the reason why mediocre businessmen can live like kings, even blue-collar workers sip lattes made from shade grown organic coffee beans grown in some far away jungle and drive SUV’s and pickups with 350 horsepower engines. Just think about what that means – the engine, fueled with oil, is equivalent to the pullling power of 350 horses.
Much was said about progress, or the absence of it in Castlegar. Allowing chickens, it is feared, will return Castlegar to some time pre-1993 when the animal control bylaw was introduced. Apparently the price of progress is reduced control over our food supply and reliance on multi-national corporations to provide even the most basic product from somewhere in the world where they can convince them that they should be involved in this global economy swindle.
In my quest for information on Peak Oil from the British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, another roadblock (no pun intended) has been thrown in front of my adventure. Apparently I need to know the title of the documents I’m requesting under Freedom of Information to get the fee waived – not just a […]