James Glave is a writer living on Bowen Island, B.C. He blogs about climate change and sustainability issues at www.glave.com.
Stories by James Glave
Raise wheat in your yard, turn it into two loafs a week. Locavore, or just loco?
In this excerpt from 'Almost Green,' hero James takes on the Hole Hawg.
We chucked our handy snack-stashers. Are we eco-nuts?
'Dramatic' rise in food gardens, say seed vendors.
Living better by going 'downmarket.'
If I burn wood for heat, will I go to hell?
Mark Holland: 'If you can't make money saving the world, you won't save the world.'
The BC author of 'Made to Break' outlines the high price of planned obsolescence.
UBC’s John Robinson on fixing the climate, winning converts, and staying upbeat.