Wind Power Generated 140% of Denmark's Electricity Demand On Thursday!!! Going 100% renewable is not some wacky pipe dream. We have the technology and it is affordable (actually how can we afford NOT to do it?). Come on PEI, let's get on with it.
The last few months, and more specifically the last few weeks, have been some of the most exhausting – and most exhilarating - days of my life. Trying to get elected when running for a third party on Prince Edward Island is no small undertaking, but the truth is, elections are not won by individuals. They are won by dedicated teams of selfless people, and they are decided by brave and trusting voters.
The Green Party of PEI is proposing innovative agriculture policies that will market a distinct ‘Island Made’ brand, diversify the range of Island crops, and invest in new farmers.
“Prince Edward Island’s rich agricultural heritage is one of its defining features, but the status quo is failing Island farmers,” says Green Party of PEI Leader Peter Bevan-Baker. “Building on the Island’s unique opportunities and strengths, the Green Party wants to foster agriculture in the province that is both sustainable and profitable.”
Ms. May will be greeted by supporters at the Airport and take brief questions from the press. Ms. May will proceed to downtown Charlottetown to give a talk at 9:30 a.m. on Real Change - at St. Paul's Church on Grafton St.
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She will then have a meeting with the PEI Green Party Council before departing for a previously booked speaking engagement later that evening.