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Feb 16, 2016

Energy storage gives renewables a jump-start

David Suzuki
Batteries and other energy storage methods, along with power-grid improvements, make renewables competitive with fossil fuels and nuclear power -- and often more reliable, efficient and affordable.
Columnists
Dec 15, 2015

COP21: Triumph and tragedy in Paris

Next to the triumphs of Paris climate diplomacy must be set the tragedy of the military-industrial complex model of development that prevails and drives economies in wealthier nations.
Blog
Sep 29, 2015

Volkswagen scandal is a sorry sign of the times

David Suzuki
It’s outrageous that a car manufacturer like Volkswagen would stoop to devious practices to get around laws designed to benefit all people, but in our car-driven culture, it’s not entirely surprising.
Blog
Jul 21, 2015
Photo: GovNL Photos/flickr

Premiers' energy strategy doesn't go far enough

David Suzuki
It's refreshing to see premiers recognizing the need to address climate change through conservation, efficiency and clean technology, but we need a greater shift to keep problems from getting worse.
Blog
Jun 30, 2015

The new language of climate change

David Suzuki
Eliminating fossil fuel energy will cut dangerous pollution, create new economic opportunities and ensure resources are available for wiser applications.
Blog
Jun 19, 2015

Harper and Clark approve LNG Canada project in B.C.

Brent Patterson
The Harper and Clark governments have approved the LNG Canada project. While this is the first to be approved under a federal-provincial streamlined process, more could be on the way.
Blog
Mar 9, 2015
Map showing the proposing location of Site C dam and its reservoir.

Court challenges launched against Site C dam

Brent Patterson
Earlier last week, the Blueberry River First Nations, a Treaty 8 First Nation, launched a legal challenge against Site C to be heard in the B.C. Supreme Court.

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