Solid Waste & Recycling


  • Response to The Myth of Human Progress

    February 11, 2013 by Guy Crittenden

    A friend of mine, Martin Millican (a partner in fast-growth IT company Envoke.com), wrote a letter in response to my post last week on an article from TruthDig.com I reproduce his letter here, with some comments of my own inside

  • The Myth of Human Progress

    February 4, 2013 by Guy Crittenden

    I found this article on the myth of human progress from TruthDig.com very interesting and thought share it with readers. My favourite paragraph contains this gem: “We must transcend our evolutionary history. We’re Ice Age hunters with a shave and

  • Canada's "cap in hand" cap and trade policy

    June 1, 2009 by Guy Crittenden

    I think this article by John Ibbitson of The Globe & Mail does a very good job summarizing the forthcoming US policy on GhG reduction, and the implications for Canadian policymakers. As the U.S. goes (green), so too goes Canada

  • More manipulation by Mann and Nature

    February 9, 2009 by Guy Crittenden

    It looks like Micahel Mann of the discredited climate change “hockey stick” is up to his old tricks, this time manipulating data with computer models to show a non-existent warming in Antarctica. I offer this interesting article reproduced from the

  • Mountaintop removal for coal

    February 3, 2009 by Guy Crittenden

    Often I receive news releases that aren’t a great fit for the magazine or website, but are interesting, and environmentally related. The release below should be of interest to anyone who wishes to follow the issue of mountaintop removal for

  • Seeding the future

    June 19, 2006 by Guy Crittenden

    Here’s an interesting story related to global warming that sounds like something from science fiction. It makes me think maybe the world really is coming to an end. A fascinating idea here, and one that no doubt will eventually be

  • V for Vendetta

    March 31, 2006 by Guy Crittenden

    Last night I attended the new movie “V for Vendetta” which was produced by the same brothers who produced “The Matrix” movie series (among my favorite films in recent years). The movie is based on a comic book (an intellectual