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(November 14, 2013) When governments try to impose large-scale renewable technologies, they lay waste to nature. Continue reading
Energy Probe has been Canada’s chief critic of the fossil fuel industries for 40 years, starting in the 1970s, when it helped create the Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Inquiry (the Berger Commission), which led to the scrapping of uneconomic Arctic pipelines. … Continue reading
In Israel, the Western world’s most right-wing country, the left isn’t really on the ballot.
Unpacking the Texas power outage and how to avoid similar in future. Legal expert Andrew Roman breaks down what happened and how to increase reliability.
“Good ideas that are badly implemented don’t make good laws. Without major amendments it is unlikely that there will be any new pipeline or electricity transmission proposals under C-69.” Read legal expert Andrew Roman’s hard-hitting and thoughtful presentation to the Standing Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources conducting hearings on the Trudeau government’s Bill C-69, which proposes to fundamentally change the way resource projects are reviewed and approved. Continue reading
Wind and solar have become the fossils of the energy industry; oil, gas and coal remain the fuels of the future. Continue reading
They’re being pushed on uninterested consumers who, really, just want to drive their own private vehicle. Continue reading
Two events next week juxtapose two conflicting conclusions on the current health and future for polar bears. Behind the science, there’s also a juicy personal clash. Continue reading
The accord allowed politicians to pay lip service meanwhile raising taxes in the name of the environment. Continue reading
Lawrence Solomon: Now that the global warming era is nearing an end, the Third World can breathe easier
Treating the Third World as a global warming guinea pig damaged it along with the West. Continue reading