Monthly Archives: July 2015

Emery Hartley from Friends of Clayoquot Sound, Chris Cook’s What In the World update, Eric Nordal and Social Coast

With only 10% of Vancouver Island’s ancient forests remaining, isn’t it time to just STOP allowing for-profit corporations to log and mine them to total devastation?   Today I speak with Emery Hartley from the Friends of Clayoquot Sound office in … Continue reading

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Understanding the Autism Spectrum with Katherine Paxton, for Winds of Change July 16 2015

Katherine Paxton is a Canadian Certified Counsellor who has been practicing her art for over 25 years.  Her current practice involves working with adults and children whose diagnosis places them on the autism spectrum.  She also works with their families, … Continue reading

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Kevin Neish, activist with Freedom Flotilla III to Gaza, for Gorilla Radio July 15 2015

Kevin Neish is a retired engineer with a long history of human rights activism.  He speaks of his efforts to help Liliany Obando, a union organizer held for 3 years without charge in a prison in Columbia, and more recently … Continue reading

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Paul Mahony: the climate crisis is an emergency. For WOC July 2 2015

From his blog at Terrastendo.net:  I am trying to convince people of the need to treat climate change and other environmental threats as an emergency. If we do not, then catastrophic conditions are inevitable for current and future generations. I … Continue reading

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