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2001 Environmental Articles

Wondering What You Can do to Make Your Street More Livable?

September 5, 2001 Angela 0

Make your street more livable. A review of David Engwicht’s, Street Reclaiming, by Tooker Gomberg, Toronto, Canada. Street Reclaiming: Creating Livable Streets and Vibrant Communities David Engwicht, Gabriola Island: New Society Press, 1999. One of […]

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2001 Environmental Articles

Sweet Tastes of Summer

September 3, 2001 Angela 0

By Tooker Gomberg, Toronto, Canada. One of my sweet joys of summer is chomping into a fresh ear of local corn. But lately that joy has been tarnished: most of the corn in Canada has […]

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2001 Environmental Articles

Dans Mon Assiette, Oui ou Non?

September 3, 2001 Angela 0

By Tooker Gomberg, Toronto, Canada. Mordre dans un épi de maïs fraîchement cueilli est une des petites jouissances que je m’accorde chaque été. Mais dernièrement, mon appétit en a pris un coup. On m’a dit […]

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2001 Environmental Articles

What Do Police Have Against Clean Air?

August 21, 2001 Angela 0

By Tooker Gomberg, Toronto, Canada. Toronto Activists Fight For Clean Air. There was some unusual traffic in the streets this past week. On Friday, August 17, and then again on Monday, August 20, I joined […]

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2001 Environmental Articles

Victory in Bonn? Just ask Tuvalu

July 28, 2001 Angela 0

By Tooker Gomberg, Toronto, Canada. 178 of 189 UN members agree to rules to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but they may not go far enough for Tuvalu. The world crept back from the brink at […]

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2001 Environmental Articles

Toronto Car-Free Day Stalls

June 7, 2001 Angela 0

By Tooker Gomberg, Toronto, Canada. Toronto likes the car-free idea, but can’t seem to move on it. Judging from the inertia at City Hall, it’s possible Toronto won’t be joining the September 22 annual Car-Free […]

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2001 Environmental Articles

How Bogota Beat Cars

June 7, 2001 Angela 0

By Tooker Gomberg, Toronto, Canada. How the capital of Columbia, Bogota, is quickly becoming a car-free zone. Can it really be true that Bogota, Colombia, a city of seven million wracked by drug wars, corruption, […]

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