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Issue 12
Sep 27, 2001


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image: International Walk to School Day, October 2, 2001
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Canada and the Kyoto Protocol

image: Temperate rain forest, Queen Charlotte National Park, British Columbia Governments around the world have recognized the urgent need to take action to reduce greenhouse gases in order to address climate change. With hard work and perseverance, 178 countries came together in July 2001, in Bonn, Germany, and reached a broad political agreement on a framework that would give life to the 1997 Kyoto Protocol and open the way for its ratification by Canada in 2002. More...

Green Camping and RVs

image:  Recreational Vehicle travelling along highway. Camp Green, Canada! is a national program helping to make RV-camping more environmentally-friendly. It encourages campers and campground owners to use biological rather than chemical products to treat their waste effluents. More...

Citizens' Forum on Clean Air

image: Participants at the Citizens' Forum on Clean Air, Vancouver, British Columbia.Spending a summer weekend debating public policy seems like something only a group of politicians would do. But this past June, 68 average Canadians took over the policy arena in Vancouver to talk about the quality of the air they breathe. More...
Sep 27, 1998 
A second consecutive day of powerful storms tore through parts of southwestern and eastern Ontario, toppling trees and power lines with high winds, heavy rains, and hail. About 40 km south of Hamilton, the winds sent a tree through a Binbrook home. “The tree started in my father’s bedroom and went into the next room, and a limb came out the kitchen,” said a resident.
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Why not ban the sale of lead sinkers, jigs and shotshell altogether?
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Participate in the International Walk to School Day on October 2, 2001.
Take the climate change challenge. In the Students' Climate Lab you can experiment, ask questions and share your ideas with friends on-line.
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The City of Ottawa is working on a new plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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