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Hi all. If you have time, please use this form (from the amazing Time4Action NGO) to tell the Trudeau federal government what you think of the carbon reduction options.
In a nutshell, they want us to tell them if they should go with Option A or Option B.
Option A is to develop a new Cap and Trade system, country-wide, that is federally controlled. This works in the European Union. Unfortunately, we've seen the proceeds of federal monies wasted exclusively to extremely dangerous next-gen nuclear experiments, the false flag of green hydrogen, and seriously stupid carbon sequestration experiments. ...
Meeting all the following NGO’s this past week has been intense, many through the Fridays for Future Climate Justice rally on Friday, and many more through the lobbying group get-together on Monday night. One of the most formative meetings for me was with long-time environment and peace activist Lyn Adamson. Lyn talked about her lobbying efforts to get the current Liberal government to sign up to a carbon “fee and dividend” plan, in the hopes that it’s simple enough and obviously-needed enough, that any new government (heaven forbid even a Conservative government) wouldn’t scrap it.
September 2, 2022. What a day! Quelle journée! I was working on a document, wishing I didn't have to, so I could just focus on calling members. I have a problem. I love knocking on doors. I love calling Greens. I love campaigning. Maybe it's genetic. Politics does run in my family.
I had a great interview with a journalist, Lori Thompson, from the small town independent newspaper, The Manitoulin Expositor, from my home on Manitoulin Island.
So, just as I was about to get back into the document, and share said document with some trusted Green friends for their feedback, the fire alarm went off!