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Toronto Star – Waste not… February 26 2007


Waste not …

Patrick Moore
February 26, 2007

While it may be a long way from sexy environmental solutions like hybrid cars and gently spinning turbines of pastoral wind farms, the importance of managing our waste is a central piece of Canada’s sustainability puzzle. The fact is, there is a real need for Canadians to update their views on waste and what we should do with it. Read more


Healthy Building Network

What’s in a name?

Ask Philip Morris, the holding company for a tobacco producer who changed its name to the benign, sunny-sounding ‘Altria.’

Ask Andersen Consulting, which, after the Enron debacle, felt its prospects might improve under the new, softer ‘Accenture’ handle.

Or ask my ex-colleagues at Greenpeace. Read more

Greens Have Lost Their Way

‘Environmental movement has lost its way’

By Dr. Patrick Moore

Special to the Miami Herald

January 28, 2005

Scare tactics, disinformation go too far

I  am often asked why I broke ranks with Greenpeace after 15 years as a founder and full-time environmental activist. I had my personal reasons, but it was on issues of policy that I found it necessary to move on. Read more

Conflict to Consensus

Greenpeace Founder: Environment Requires Consensus

By John McPhaul of Caribbean Business

Friday, August 27th, 2004

Negotiations mediated by a professional facilitator are the best way to resolve contentious environmental conflicts, such as the controversy over resort development in Luquillo, said noted environmentalist Dr. Patrick Moore, a Greenpeace founder. Read more