Climate Change is Real

Climate Change is Real by Barry Stephenson Any adequate response to climate change must necessarily be rooted in the knowledge that climate change is real. There is much obfuscation and denial in the media, as well our economic and political institutions. These are some basic truths that we need to acknowledge–and come to terms with: Read more about Climate Change is Real[…]

The Religious Dimension of Climate Crisis

The Religious Dimension of Climate Crisis Barry Stephenson Being able to see a situation, as is it, the work of reason, is very hard work. The use of reason is hampered by all sorts of obstacles – personal, social, economic, so on. Some measure of objective realism (seeing the world as it is) is crucial Read more about The Religious Dimension of Climate Crisis[…]

Muskrat Falls, A Public Symposium

APTN Coverage of the Symposium, with Justin Brake Labrador symposium reveals deep, diverse opposition to Muskrat Falls   Podcasts of Talks, Wednesday, February 21 David Vardy, Public Policy Consultant   Kelly Vodden, Memorial University Grenfell Stephen Crocker, Memorial University   Marina Biasutti-Brown, Independent Expert, Advisory Committee Jerry Bannister, Dalhousie University       MF Symposium Agenda, Read more about Muskrat Falls, A Public Symposium[…]

The Future, the Arts, and Ecology

St. John’s, March 3–5, 2016 The Faculty of Arts at Memorial University, in collaboration with Queen’s College, the Royal Society of Canada, and The Rooms, is hosting three days of talks, films, performances, and art exhibits on the theme of interdisciplinary ecology from the 3rd to the 5th of March 2016. Keynote speakers include Professor Read more about The Future, the Arts, and Ecology[…]