Date: 2014/12/17 -- Category/Categories: News

OTTAWA - Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada and Member of Parliament for Saanich–Gulf Islands, today expressed her complete disappointment regarding the British Columbia Government’s decision to proceed with the construction of the proposed Site C dam. The decision shocked B.C.’s First Nations, environmental groups and farming communities who will be severely impacted ...

Date: 2014/12/17 -- Category/Categories: COP20, News

Walking through the streets of Lima on Wednesday in that nation’s largest-ever march for climate action, I turned to a friend and said: “If you had told me when I started working on this issue in 1986 that I would still be in climate marches when I was 60 and that Canada would be ramping ...

Date: 2014/12/16 -- Category/Categories: News

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Date: 2014/12/15 -- Category/Categories: COP20, News

OTTAWA – The 20th Conference of Parties (COP20) session to address the threat of climate change came to a close early Sunday morning in Lima, Peru. The two-weeks’ worth of negotiations produced a 12-month work plan for the world’s nations to prepare for the upcoming negotiations (COP21) in Paris.  The negotiations will be pivotal, as ...

Date: 2014/12/14 -- Category/Categories: Blogs, COP20, News

(LIMA) - As you likely have heard, the COP20 talks wrapped earlier this morning at around 3:30 AM. The deal was done in seconds following the break for countries to review a new text tabled by the President just before midnight. He then suspended the session to give parties an hour to read the new ...

Date: 2014/12/13 -- Category/Categories: Blogs, COP20

(LIMA) – Okay, I know that sounds like a Bruce Willis movie and my apologies… but this COP has achieved that dreamlike-nightmarish quality that obscures what day it is, what time it is. So apologies. I was surprised to check and see that my last blog had been late Thursday. We have been in nearly ...

Date: 2014/12/12 -- Category/Categories: from Elizabeth, Latest News

“This victory belongs to all Canadians coping with Lyme disease and their loved ones. This bill never would have been passed into law without their advocacy and willingness to tell their stories. ” (OTTAWA) - Elizabeth May’s Private Member’s Bill, C-442, the Federal Framework on Lyme Disease Act was passed unanimously at third reading by the Senate the ...

Date: 2014/12/12 -- Category/Categories: News

Elizabeth May testifies before the Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology regarding her Private Member’s Bill C-442, the National Lyme Disease Strategy Act, on December 3, 2014. Print this page...

Date: 2014/12/11 -- Category/Categories: Blogs, COP20, News

As the available hours for negotiations wind down, we have entered the usual phase at such negotiations of high-level speeches extolling negotiators to finish the work and deliver on our obligations to future generations while the negotiators themselves seem no closer to the finish line than they were days ago. Two work streams have been ...

Date: 2014/12/11 -- Category/Categories: Blogs, COP20, News

The COP20 talks are taking place in an unlikely venue  – a military base outside of town.  Despite the reporting of its carbon footprint, being built from scratch to accommodate ten thousand people, it is working well as a venue.  Depending on your viewpoint, it could be seen as bizarre or appropriate that the COP ...

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