LISTEN OR DOWNLOAD JANUARY 25th SHOW HERE:
Alberta academic and author Gordon Laxer has written a detailed study on big foreign-controlled influence in Canadian energy and climate policy. Hint: it’s not a plot from ‘subversive’ foreign environmentalists. Fortis BC has produced a comprehensive curriculum on energy use in BC and is providing it free to teachers across the province. Fortis of course supplies gas energy to millions of BC homes and businesses, it says “natural gas is the cleanest burning fossil fuel.” BC doctors with Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment, CAPE, say its wrong to be promoting this. Dr. Lori Adamson explains their concerns.
Some coming environmental events
Thursday January 27th at 7:00 pm
Online update on Wet’suwet’en struggle
West Kootenay People who Support Indigenous Nations host an online event update on events in Wet’suwet’en territory. Featuring: Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chief Dtsa H’yal of the Sun House of the Likhts’amisyu Clan, also known as Adam Gagnon. He is the senior enforcement officer monitoring pipeline construction on Wet’suwet’en territory. Another speaker is Sabina Dennis, a Nadot’en, Tl’azt’en , and Dakelh woman, dedicates her time to upholding traditional values that are passed down from elders
Sunday, January 30th Noon
Annual Polar Bear Swim
Lakeside Park Nelson
Sponsor a plunger and support Kootenay Coop Radio and Friends of Kootenay Lake. Support your local radio and power stewardship efforts on Kootenay Lake! 12:00 pm
Thursday, February 3rd 7 pm
“Posing as Canadian” webinar: conversation with Gordon Laxer
Winter GoByBike Week February 7-13, 2022!
Log all your kilometers biked February 7 – 13, 2022 to be entered into a prize draw for great prizes.
Check out some of our WINTER RESOURCES FREE webinars with tips and tricks for safe and fun winter cycling – see below.
Saturday, March 12
National Day of Action for a Just Transition
A national Day of Action for a Just Transition, and we need as many communities as possible to take part. Will you sign up to host an event in your community
Special video recommenation
Curb Your Carbon on CBC Gem
From The Nature of Things on CBC: If you missed the January 14 broadcast of this somewhat offbeat take on solutions as narrated by Ryan Reynolds, it continues to be available for on-demand streaming on CBC Gem; no account needed.