As climate-change catastrophe gets closer, the ‘solutions’ get sillier. Zoe Cormier doesn’t know whether to laugh or cry.
Articles by Zoe Cormier
Predicting the effects of global warming is never easy, says Zoe Cormier. But the signs are not good.
- December 21, 2011
An eclectic club night for both the Deaf and the hearing is breaking barriers, reports Zoe Cormier.
- November 16, 2011
Happy to export asbestos, the Quebec government will also be exporting death if it confirms its loan to the Jeffrey Mine this month.
- December 13, 2010
…and thousands are taking to the streets of Cancun to get their point across.
- December 7, 2010
Canadian government support for white asbestos provides legitimacy to a deadly product.
- September 13, 2010
Slowing growth could help us work less, live better and save the planet. So what’s not to like about that, wonders Zoe Cormier.
- July 1, 2010
Activists shut down a Shell petrol station last weekend - Zoe Cormier reports from the party at the pumps.
- May 20, 2010
Zoe Cormier meets two indigenous people for whom this fight couldn’t be more personal.
- April 1, 2010
A new campaign offers the disillusioned electorate the chance to 'donate' their vote to people affected by British Government policies.
- March 29, 2010
Friday night in Copenhagen was surreal - especially if you were reading the New York Times, writes Zoe Cormier
- December 23, 2009
The way we use (and waste) water has a profound impact on climate change, as experts have been discussing at Klimaforum09.
- December 16, 2009
If Copenhagen has proved one thing so far, it's that environmental and economic issues are one and the same.
- December 16, 2009
Alberta's waterways are threatened by Canada's tar sands operations. To save them we must put money and resources into proper scientific assessment, says Zoe Cormier.
- December 8, 2009
Climate change deniers will likely be given more air time in the run-up to Copenhagen, detracting attention from the real issues at stake.
- November 4, 2009
Our profligate use of deadly chemicals is coming back to haunt us, writes Zoe Cormier.
- October 1, 2009
Why is it that a country that has banned the use of asbestos is still happily producing it for export?
- September 23, 2009
The question of gender is far too complex to be determined by a few tests, argues Zoe Cormier, as South African runner Caster Semenya awaits the ruling on whether she can keep her gold medal.
- September 2, 2009
With the de-nuclearization of North Korea is back in the news this week, Zoe Cormier considers the hypocrisy of rich nations' own nuclear programmes.
- August 10, 2009
Could human activity be to blame for the increase in whale beachings around the globe?
- June 5, 2009