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David Peck | Mila and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new film "Let There Be Light," fusion energy, yeast excrement, plasma physics, Don Quixote and why science is about getting things wrong.
Podcast
Laura Palmisano | Sisters Samina Iqbal and Maria Daniel are nuns who install and run solar equipment out of their mission in Faisalabad.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Christy Clark's government has no money for alternative energy, climate adaptation or food security but plenty of dollars to invest in projects that will increase our greenhouse gas emissions.
Blog
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Kevin Harding | Many Canadians believe there's a trade-off to be made between employment and environmental sustainability. But that doesn't have to be the case, particularly if we look at co-ops as a source of jobs.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | After decades of electricity spectacle in Nova Scotia, the McNeil government's new electricity plan brings renewed hope for the province's energy policy.
Podcast
Victoria Fenner | Listen in to a press conference where a group of prominent Canadians launched a manifesto outlining a bold climate and economic vision.
Blog
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Simon Enoch | Saskatchewan's summer has been a snapshot of our climate future, with massive wildfires forcing the evacuation of over 13,000 people. Which federal party has the leadership for a green energy future?
News
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Brad Hornick | We are locked into a system that keeps us fossil fuel dependent. B.C. needs to develop an alternative energy economy that meets social and ecological needs and releases the fossil fuel stranglehold.
News
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Steve Cornwell | Nuclear proponents got the one-two punch on May 14 when the Federal Court nullified the approval of up to four new reactors at Darlington Station. Most called it "common sense," others, not so much.
Columnists
Ole Hendrickson | With a growing shortage of partly decayed Carboniferous dinosaurs and tree ferns, we are now devoting ever-increasing percentages of our current landscapes to automobile fuel production.
Blog
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Marc Lee | My beef with the IRP is this: B.C. needs a high-quality electricity system, and in the fight to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, we need BC Hydro to play a central role in delivering clean energy.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | Officially, we're trying desperately to get off dirty coal and imported oil. Here's one way to do it, but we can't talk about it. Why?