What was life like in the era before cell phones, computers and televisions. Did British Columbians feel closer to nature when they worked outside in the elements rather than within the artificial confines of a building? In this mornings program I ask Mike Manson, a descendant of one of Cortes Island’s oldest European families, and Mike Moore, one of our better known eco-tour guides, how public attitudes towards nature changed since the first settlers arrived. Continue reading How People’s Attitudes Towards Nature Changed→
For many, the most visible aspect is two cloud-like pillars ascending into the stratosphere. Others principally know Powell River from the BC Ferry terminal, which they use en route to other destinations. I recently explored some of the many faces of Powell River.
They may be the only citizens group group focused on protecting the marine environment in and around the whole Strait of Georgia. This is both where 70% of British Columbians live, work and play – and the most threatened environment in our province. In the podcast below, Executive Director Christianne Wilhelmson told me “All about the Georgia Strait Alliance.” Continue reading All About the Georgia Strait Alliance→