The Discussion Needs More Voices

apple.news/ACxtId-HGTi2Ux5uwZCh7DQ I’ve been saying it for a while. Maybe for ten years. Indigenous and local voices need to be heard about climate crisis. Indigenous people know the history of the land and the water. And they are the ones living in climate crisis right now. It isn’t a matter of anxiety about the future, butContinue reading “The Discussion Needs More Voices”

The Long Term Damage of Cheap, “Green” Energy

apple.news/AYxNaoCi3S6KmRgUrywEniw “The relatively cheap electrical energy that first supported the Thompson nickel mine — and now feeds an ever-growing, modern provincial economy — is frequently touted as a “green” alternative to fossil fuels, but even prior to Keeyask, earlier dams had changed the river’s flow patterns, affecting beaver and muskrat habitat, disrupting caribou migratory routesContinue reading “The Long Term Damage of Cheap, “Green” Energy”

The Old Ways

apple.news/AmhayJ0wORq-Jmjpy6gXGSg I am educated in these old ways; I was the curator of an historic museum in the north. We had a reel shot in the early 1970s of local men cutting ice on the lake using the tools their fathers and grandfathers used. Cutting and storing ice wasn’t some desperate measure; it was partContinue reading “The Old Ways”

Ecological Evil

The Root of All Ecological Evil My Big Man said one day, “Where do climate deniers think the carbon emissions go?” He described the earth’s atmosphere as a glass dome, such as a biosphere. If the inhabitants of the biosphere build fires, where will the smoke go? It isn’t going to pass through the glassContinue reading “Ecological Evil”

Creation and Restoration, pt 2

Creation and Restoration, Part 2 Sacred Is All the Earth The Creator – God in the Christian Bible – has made the universe, the entities of space, and, from the perspective of humanity – the Earth. All of the Earth is ordered into its nature. And God put humanity into the new creation, to abide.Continue reading “Creation and Restoration, pt 2”