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The Sun is the main driver of climate change. Not you. Not carbon dioxide.

Month: December 2015

World news, December 12th, 2016:


      Climate settled.

Today just one year ago, December 12th 2015, world leaders came to an agreement to finish climate change. Immediately construction works started in Paris, France, to … Continue reading

“Post Paris: Climate Talks and Geopolitics”

To Lighten

the Darkest Day of the Year of

Winter Solstice…enjoy our gift of

“Post Paris: Climate Talks and Geopolitics” – a three part review of the industrial climate change Continue reading

Insights on the COP-21 Paris Agreement

Contributed by Friends of Science Society member Rob Pearce @Dec. 2015

A light hearted look at what the agreement really $ay$.  Really.

Bafflegab: Incomprehensible or pretentious verbiage, especially bureaucratic jargon.

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Can Solar Energy Replace All U.S. Hydrocarbon Production?

Contributed by Robert Lyman @ 2015
Robert Lyman is an energy economist and former public servant with 37 years experience assessing energy issues.
Environmentalists who adhere to the theory of
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RESPONDING TO A LETTER IN THE CALGARY HERALD Dec. 11, 2015 RE “It’s about honesty”

These are our opinions.

Update Jan 09, 2016: Thanks to the sharp eye of a twitter follower, we note we had forgotten to link to the original letter. In the

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Nettoyons l’air de Paris ! Renvoyons-les dans les cordes !

par Michelle Stirling
(Traduction: )
Il y a quelques jours, la nouvelle éclatait : Volkswagen aurait trafiqué les tests d’émissions d’une partie de ses voitures diesels de haut de
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AN OPEN LETTER to Margaret Atwood, Vice President, PEN International

Dec 10, 2015

PEN International

ATTN: Ms. Margaret Atwood

Vice President


Dear Ms. Atwood,

RE: Public Trial – No Jury

On this December 10, 2015, the UN … Continue reading


Lots of people seem to have divergent views on climate change – and some do not like our billboard campaign. We are in favor of public dialogue – so – … Continue reading

Friends of Science Society Statement on Ecojustice Complaint to Competition Bureau

Friends of Science Society today  (Dec. 3, 2015)  received notice via twitter of a complaint apparently filed with the Competition Bureau of Canada.  This complaint was publicized in a story … Continue reading
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