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Eric Doherty | If we want job creation and pollution reduction in Canada, then there is an obvious solution: invest in public transit across Canada.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | There are 23 days left to apply to intervene in the National Energy Board's Energy East pipeline review. Here's why you should take part.
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Brendan Haley | The ideal policy response to Canada's regional diversity involves implementing geographically specific clean energy transition policies. It does not involve giving up on national carbon pricing.
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Cornwallis public forum
Andrea Harden-Donahue | It's been a week since our Atlantic Energy East tour wrapped up, and what a whirlwind it has been. The tour was ambitious with the hosting of five public forums, a series of meetings and site visits.
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Stephen Leahy | The B.C. Ministry of Environment stands by its "implausibly low" estimate of LNG methane leaks though an investigation revealed they were likely 7 times greater than the B.C. government is reporting.
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Sarah Laskow | Coal consumption has costs -- this week's explosion at a West Virginia mine, which killed 25, made that clear. Those costs aren't limited to human lives, either.