Monday, February 21, 2022

U.S. corn-based ethanol worse for the climate than gasoline, study finds

(Reuters) - Corn-based ethanol, which for years has been mixed in huge quantities into gasoline sold at U.S. pumps, is likely a much bigger contributor to global warming than straight gasoline, according to a study published Monday. Story here.
An ethanol plant at Minnedosa, MB. A PinP photo  

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Friday, February 4, 2022

CAJ SOUNDS ALARM OVER CONTINUED RISE IN ATTACKS AGAINST CANADIAN JOURNALISTS

The Canadian Association of journalists (CAJ) is deeply concerned about the alarming rise in harassment and threats against journalists covering the Ottawa occupation protests and similar demonstrations across the country. Story here.


Disinformation ruins the conversation on fertilizer policy, MPs say

The National Observer Pervasive disinformation around Canada’s voluntary fertilizer reduction plan makes it hard to have a rational discussi...