This week a Polar Bear showed up in the Indian Reserve of Shamattawa, Manitoba. That is about four hundred kilometers south of where the Bears usually stay and hunt for food.
That is a strange occurrence. In addition a number of Jelly Fish were found in the fresh water up here in Manitoba.
Tar Sands. The new study contradicts what the government has been saying that the river is not being polluted. The Indian community that relies on the river have been saying different.
This is not an amusing story with some happy moral tale that we walk away with.
It is our home.
We are at the mercy of money.
We live by money.
We are helpless.
We can't expect the government to act.
It will take a major shift in the way the world works.
The reliance on fuel is killing us.
The "Earth will shake like a dog and shed its fleas"...
Eaarth the new book by Bill McKibben is going to educate us. We should be scared. We should not be complacent. Sadly we are.