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Davos: Talking Champagne on a Sinking Titanic

Posted Monday, January 28th, 2013 by admin

I am in Davos at the World Economic Forum (WEF), which formally began Monday night. The top issues that world leaders must address, according to a survey of 1,500 experts in academica, business, civil society and governments conducted for WEF, are unstable global economy, eurozone fragility; and financial system instability. Climate change only ranks as the 7th issue — and then only for Climate Change Adaption, not urgently preventing the change in the first place.

To me it’s like a group of business leaders and “experts” on the sinking Titanic discussing the fragility of champagne sales. I am deeply concerned about the Alice-in-Wonderland perception of the big picture of what is happening to our world.


How economics drive green adoption more than guilt

Posted Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 by admin

The Globe and Mail’s Leading Thinkers series on Corporate Responsibility video features Jim talking on why economics is a far greater driver of sustainability than guilt. See
Two videos that follow it are:
1) Energy efficiency mitigates the risk of rising energy prices
2) Shifting the debate from cutting carbon to cutting cost

Carbon tax: Harris on CBC

Posted Thursday, May 28th, 2009 by admin


Listen to Jim Harris on the CBC’s Sunday Edition talking about the carbon tax in Canada.

CBC’s Sunday Edition (May 24, 2009)

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Huff Po blogger, National Post columnist, 'Inconvenient Truth' presenter, management consultant, prof'l speaker, #1 best selling author, rollerblader & cyclist. Former leader Green Party of Canada

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