A blog about how Canadians can achieve energy independence by powering down and then powering up the right way.
I’ve been told I should express gratitude for something every day. Today perhaps I will be grateful for BP.
Just sitting here this Saturday morning reading the Globe and Mail, drinking my coffee and watching my incense burn. The cats are fed. It's supposed to rain all day.
As a slow motion catastrophe unfolds in the bayous and deltas of Louisiana, one thing has become clear as we accelerate our pursuit of every last remaining natural resource of any kind of value on
It takes a tough hand on cost control to make the sweetest ice cream. By that measure, Ed Francis is quite possibly the toughest ice cream man in town.
I spent most of the early part of this Saturday meeting with a new client out in Etobicoke.
All kinds of things rear their heads again in spring, reborn after the winter, generally forgotten but still alive; rising like hibernating bears or like Lazarus from the dead, or the insects and b
With the introduction of the Green Energy Act in Ontario this past year, interest in all things solar is at an all time high.
"(energy) follows laws of its own – the laws of thermodynamics, notably – which are not the same as the laws of economics, and when the two sets of laws come into conflict, the laws of thermodynamics win every time". - John Michael Greer
It's a couple of days before Christmas, i'm sitting here with a cheap bottle of Chilean red, there's about an hour of sunlight left in the day and CBC Radio says it's going down to minus 13 tonight
In a recent Greenlivingonline poll asking readers about the renewable energy system they most dream about having in their home one day, 42% of respondents said, “geothermal heating”.