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Paul Glendenning is a Hamilton writer and activist.
A Bridge too Farr: Questioning the Campaign Against Cormorants - Submerging Farr Island to deter cormorants may fulfill special interests, but it will create a large black mark against Hamilton's record of environmental integrity and local biodiversity. Published September 22, 2010 in Opinion
Driving Blind into an Uncertain Future - Climate Change has finally won worldwide consensus, yet Hamilton still digs away at a destructive environmental hole. Published February 09, 2007 in Commentary
A Quick Buck - Hunting deer to control their numbers might actually be making deer more numerous. Published December 13, 2006 in Opinion
Killman Zoo of Horrors - A recent trip to a local roadside zoo has forever embedded a haunted memory of torment and depression as captive animals languish in substandard conditions. Published November 08, 2006 in Opinion
Leading Hamilton to a Healthy Future - We need to challenge some of the current "accepted" practices in favour of more balanced and sustainable ideas that benefit more than an influential few. Published October 20, 2006 in Opinion
Faux Fashion: Dead Furry Animals Make a Comeback - With technologically enhanced pop stars and washed-up celebrities now openly sporting furs, the slaughter of animals for fashion is once again on the rise. Published January 27, 2006 in Opinion