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Green Party of Alberta Policy

For statements of www.tadalafilonlineoffer.com overall policy positions and specifc policies adopted by the Party membership go to http://greenpartyofalberta.ca/policies/ and click on the policy areas of greatest interest to you. You can also get to the policy section of this website by going to “Policies” on the “What we stand for” menu. We look forward to …

Giving the Earth a chance: A precautionary tale

The basic environmental insight is this: all life is dependent on the healthy functioning of natural systems.  To risk the viability of land, water, or atmospheric systems is to risk life itself.  From this point of view, we live in precarious times – climate change is becoming more severe, the habitat which supports bio-diversity is …

The resilience of Greens

Alberta Greens are strikingly resilient. Why is that? A look at the people who are drawn to the party and the Alberta we find ourselves in today suggests three reasons. One: the determination of the dedicated longtime Greens. I count myself among them after a decade of active involvement in both provincial and federal Green …

The bigger picture: not just damage mitigation but flood minimization also needed

By Janet Keeping, Leader, generic viagra Green Party of Alberta           I have enormous sympathy for those many Albertans who have suffered from the recent flooding and continuing heavy rains.  I appreciate too the exemplary efforts of emergency workers, government officials, clean-up crews and the thousands of volunteers in dozens of communities who have done …

Joy of joys! Alberta court rules that discriminating against environmental NGOs is illegal, stresses that government should facilitate public participation

By Janet Keeping, Leader of the Green Party of Alberta Alberta’s Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (EPEA) sets out a decision making process for review of oilsands and other projects which includes the filing of “Statements of Concern.”  But the environmental review process doesn’t always work the way it should.  On October 1, the Alberta …

Leadership desperately needed on the greening of Alberta

Slowly but surely Albertans are being forced to deal with two difficult and inter-related issues – the need to restructure the way we pay for public services and the need to get serious about lessening our province’s carbon footprint.  Heavy reliance on revenues from the production of non-renewable resources has always been unwise.  But now …