Classic case of slippery slope

The UK’s extensive network of security cams (about 1 per every 10 people), which research has repeatedly shown to be ineffective at both preventing and solving crime, is apparently being used to catch litterers, pooping dogs, and other such petty offences, rather than for more heinous things, like terrorism, the fear of which lead to their installment with little outcry from the British public.

Climate change in Canada: some ups, some downs

Some snippets from a recent Climate Action Network Canada newsletter: