At least 75 per cent of known fossil fuel reserves must remain in the ground to avoid catastrophic climate change, but not only are fossil fuel...
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We're delighted to announce that the DeSmogBlog has been recognized as the Best Group Blog in the 2007 Canadian Blog Awards.
Thanks for the attention and thanks, especially, to those frequent readers whose interest and loyal support makes the DeSmogBlog worthwhile.
This is your last chance to vote for DeSmogBlog in the Canadian Blog Awards.
The polls will close at the end of day January, 31st.
If you haven't voted here are the categories we've been nominated in:
If you have voted, thanks so much (we hope you voted for us!).
A huge thanks to everyone who's voted for us so far in Canadian Blog Awards.
Voting is really ramping up and competition is really getting fierce, so if you haven't had a chance to vote please do so right away.
And to all of our international fans who would like to vote, your votes count just the same.
It's up to you, of course, who you think is deserving of your vote, but if you would like to vote for us (please), here are the categories:
Cast your vote right away, voting closes on January 30th, and please send this along to your friends and family.
We've had an amazing response in the first 48 hours to DeSmogBlog's new Facebook group called “Environment is My Voting Issue in Canada.”
In the first 48 hours we have had 398 member join - and we haven't even started marketing this group yet!
So if you haven't joined, please do so by clicking here. And if you have, thanks! And please urge all of your friends to join as well.
This just might be the start of something big!
A new Angus Reid poll out today shows that the Stephen Harper Tory government continues to slump in popularity, and much of the blame lands squarely on their continued bumbling over the issue of global warming.
The Tory government is limping along with a paltry 33 per cent of Canadians supporting their party compared with 36.3 per cent on election day and the party's high of 39 per cent in March of this year.
The environment remains the highest-ranked issue for voters.