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Archives by Tag 'environment'
Bleed Space
David Ker Thomson
I walk the line. —Johnny Cash Cedarville, Ontario. Back to Grey County of the heart.  I filed from here in May last year, describing a crawl through a rare old cedar copse destined to disappear before the new tr...
Logging for Electricity?
THOMAS M. POWER
In the trauma associated with the closing of the Missoula paper mill, business and political leaders have been frantically searching for a way to put that industrial mill site back into production, replacing at least some of the lost jobs. One possibility that many have s...
Cap and Trade and Selling Out
GREGORY VICKREY
Shortly after the Inauguration, President Obama and his new EPA head Carol Browner received a thank-you letter from over 325 conservation-oriented organizations, and within it were flowing words of praise for candidate Obama’s pledge of support for a doomed-to-fail cap ...
Who Will Speak for the Forests?
GEORGE WUERTHNER
An associate who works for a major environmental group doesn’t want to talk to me anymore. He has concluded that I’m against logging because I won’t uncritically support the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Proposal (BCSP), a plan that, among other things, calls for...