Last month, the Manitoba Minister for Sustainable Development Rochelle Squires dismissed a long-overdue appeal appeal of a peat mine licence near Lake Winnipeg from 2011. And we disagree. So we’re filing an appeal again. The minister did not address our concerns about the carbon release and the devastating climate effects of peat mining, nor the licensing process problems, and so we’ve appealed to the next level of government. And frankly, it is not 2011 anymore. This govern
Iceland now has a Green head of government. Katrin Jakobsdottir became prime minister this week when her new coalition government took power. The new coalition government spans the entire political spectrum in Iceland. It is comprised of the Left Green Movement, the Independence Party and the Progressive Party. Greens continue to defy the pressure to be restricted to a single place on the political spectrum. Greens are about striving for good government, period.