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In the Planet Watch section we help our readers explore what is happening on earth from many perspectives. Planet WatchWe look at our Climate In Crisis, our diminishing Biodiversity, the state of types our Environment, from Fresh Air, Clean Water, Rich Earth to our Forests and Wildlife. We look at what is happening in our Biosphere and how it affects not only the human species, but the complex living systems that we are so dependant on.

David Suzuki reminds us that Science Matters and reflects on the world from a scientific perspective. He also looks at our culture and how it impacts both negatively and positively on our environment. Under The News we put an environmental Perspective on the latest International, National and Community news. The articles below help us to stay informed about what is happening in our world.

It’s no great sacrifice to protect the environment

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Written by Dr David Suzuki

 
I recently read an article about a woman in Spokane, Washington, who doesn’t like phosphate-free dishwashing detergents. Phosphate-containing detergents are banned in Spokane County because of their negative impact on the environment, so the woman drives 45 minutes to Idaho where phosphate detergents are still sold. The article also notes that the improvement with woman has a five-year-old daughter. I’m astounded.

People often argue that protecting the we choice cialis100mg environment will require too many sacrifices. Is this what they mean? That they would risk their children’s futures because they can’t be bothered to rinse their dishes before putting them into the dishwasher?
 

Lubicon struggle shines light on regulatory failures in Canada's oil and gas industry

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Written by Dr David Suzuki

 

Consensus is growing that the failure of governments to effectively regulate the banking sector is largely responsible for the huge economic mess we’re now facing. Throughout the past few decades, those who were entrusted to protect the public interest have accepted as gospel the idea that governments should get out of the way and http://www.ccbfa.org/buying-levitra-in-the-us let markets self regulate, with disastrous results.

 

Soil Depletion, Food Security and Global Warming

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Erosion of and depletion of topsoil is already a serious problem in Australia, China and many parts of North America. It does not take such a long look at the history of mankind to see that this fact threatens modern civilisations as surely as it menaced societies long since disappeared.
   

Is Smog Is Slowly Choking Us?

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Air Pollution affects human and environmental health. Scientists have found that there is no “safe” level for exposure to smog. Smog-related air pollution is linked to such health effects as premature death,
respiratory and heart problems and bronchitis.
 

Let’s speak up for the country we want

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Written by Dr David Suzuki

 
We’ve just had our federal election and, if nothing else, the environment did become an issue. Unfortunately, global warming and http://www.leslacsdelessonne.fr/buy-accutane-online-no-prescription other environmental issues were overshadowed by an economic crisis and, no doubt, by the fear people have of the word tax, so much so that they didn’t notice the word cuts was also in there.

Now it’s up to all of us to make sure the environment doesn’t get lost in all the noise about the economy. The new government has some important choices to make in the near future.

   

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