Up in Smoke: November 2016

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I don’t know about anyone else, but November 2016 really threw me for a loop.   I remember driving to work the morning of November 8 with a double rainbow hanging over the city and just thinking how awesome life … Continued

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Animal Olympics: Who Wins?

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Humans. Homo sapiens sapiens. 7 billion strong.  We of the opposable thumbs and upright gait. Builders of skyscrapers, followers of faiths, consumers of fossil fuels, and purveyors of chocolate. There is an ethical philosophy called anthropocentrism that considers humans as … Continued

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Water Restrictions: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Truth

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The Good The restrictions are part of the new Water Shortage Response Plan (WSRP), which Metro Vancouver refers to as “one component among a complement of water management plans that ensure the provision of clean, safe drinking water and the … Continued

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