Now we see the ball has apparently been dropped as it pertains to hazardous-waste recycling and quasi-governmental agency Stewardship Ontario.
These types of stories are ongoing, it seems, and do nothing to help a new green economy get a leg up. More back-end planning and research should have been conducted before programs and initiatives were undertaken. Unfortunately, fast-tracking them has done more harm than good.
ELSEWHERE AROUND THE GREEN HUB IN CANADA
Following New Zealand’s lead, a new program in Canada hopes to show exercise is the best medicine. Let’s call it, as the New Zealanders do, a green prescription. It’s all about getting active … Debunking some myths and making a case for biofuels in our energy mix in Canada … Who would have guessed? Now we find out that Canadian auto-parts makers see a green opportunity in India … And maybe if wind turbines are a good fit for Third World countries, the same principles could be adhered to in Canada. It’s at least worth a look … Global warming? What global warming? A new study has shown that climate change is shrinking forests in three Prairie provinces …
Last but not least: Leave it to the Super Bowl, version XLVI taking place this week, to find a way to bring a green element into the mix. No stone unturned, etc. etc. ….