Global warming mug

Times editor plans to cycle from Toronto to Ottawa to promote carbon fee-and-dividend

Keith McNeill accepts a global warming mug from Pat and Heather Stanley.

Keith McNeill accepts a global warming mug from Pat and Heather Stanley.

(L-r) Times editor Keith McNeill receives a global warming mug from Clearwater residents Pat and Heather Stanley recently. The mug from PBS shows what the world looks like today when cold (left below) and what Mug coldit would look like if global warming continues and all the ice caps melt (right below), with Florida underwater and inland seas covering large areas of South America.

McNeill plans to cycle from Toronto to Ottawa starting May 23 to promote a petition promoting carbon fee-and-dividend. The petition is at www.thepetitionsite.com/850/161/365/petition-for-a-referendum-on-carbon-Mug hotfee-and-dividend-for-canada/.