A Solstice Jingle

A Solstice Jingle

A Solstice Jingle


A light-hearted look back at 2015 is in order. (This time to “Jingle Bells” – nice and short to keep with solstice. This blog may be the counter point to my 2012 blog).


Dashing to the polls

In a three horse federal race,

Over to selfies we go,

Laughing all the way

Suppression of science sloughed

Making spirits bright

Oh what fun it is to sing

A climate song tonight


Oh omnibus, omnibus

Protections they did slay

Oh what fun it is to see a future for EA – hey

oh, COCO2

Deciding who will pay

Bring the PV over and we’ll have a “sunny way”.


Dashing to the polls

In a three horse provincial race

Over the left we go

Castle wins the day

Carbon taxes ring

Renewables – so bright

Oh with fun the panel would sing

A climate plan tonight



Best in class we pray,

Oh what fun it is to pine for monitoring capacity, hey

Coal phase out, coal phase out,

Let’s stay above the fray,

Oh what fun it is to work on environmental policy, hey.


Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year.




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    […] I have decided to return to my habit of a lightheartedly look back at the year. (Looking back on previous years I am struck by how many issue remain the same. see – 2015 2012  2011 ) […]

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