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NANAIMO – Increasing B.C. Hydro rates pushing people toward alternative energy options.
NANAIMO – Variety of causes for cold spots in homes or offices.
NANAIMO – Reclaiming materials one way to reduce amount of garbage going to landfill.
NANAIMO – Recycling should be first priority in solid waste plans.
NANAIMO – Electricity systems based on sun’s power offer better return on investment.
NANAIMO – City council denied support to a proposal to build waste-to-energy incinerator.
NANAIMO – New windows and insulation are two ways to lower amount of electricity consumed in the home.
NANAIMO – Sustainable energy initiatives providing well-paying jobs in other parts of B.C.
NANAIMO – Seeing data on daily energy use might help residents pinpoint where to cut back.
NANAIMO – Baby boomers and millennials relying less on vehicles, more on bikes, buses and walking paths
In last month’s provincial election, the B.C. Liberals won on a platform…
NANAIMO – Over-reliance on the single-occupancy car is costing us dearly.
NANAIMO – Quite apart from the loss to nature, wasting water costs us.
NANAIMO – Heat from regular light bulbs, cellphone chargers, stand-by electronic devices add indoor heat
NANAIMO: Time to celebrate healthy bodies and a healthy planet.
Transportation is one of the most expensive aspects to living in the Western world, both to our pocketbooks and the planet.
Imagine if Nanaimo invested in strong water reducing measures, rather than into a new dam?
If we were living in Nanaimo a century ago, we would be thinking about transportation mainly in terms of boats, horses, and by foot.
We have a love-hate relationship with oil companies.
Since the Industrial Revolution began, and especially since the discovery of crude oil a century ago, we have come to appreciate the benefits of fossil fuels.