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| July 21, 2015
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| July 14, 2015
Redeye

The rise of extreme energy

July 13, 2015
| Fossil fuels are now being extracted with more unconventional and more dangerous techniques. A new film looks at the rise of extreme energy and envisages the path towards a post-growth economy.
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| June 23, 2015
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Canada and the great Arctic melt

Photo: Methane leaking through the cracks. Credit: NASA's Earth Observatory/flic

While the recent G7 commitment to "decarbonization" by 2100 is a positive step, accelerated melting of the Arctic suggests a need to step up the transition to a sustainable energy future.

A Canadian climate forum on "The Unravelling of the Arctic," held on Earth Day, April 22, in Ottawa, featured prominent scientists who discussed how warming in the Arctic has consequences for the entire planet.

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