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David J. Climenhaga | Now that the market for electricity has turned down, corporations are trying to use the secret golden parachute Ralph Klein gave them to bail out of unprofitable deals.
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Ralph Surette | Ralph Surette was fed up waiting for solar energy to show up, so he made his own. Read on to learn how you can do it too.
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Brent Patterson | There may be increasing consensus that the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam project in Newfoundland and Labrador is a huge mistake.
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Ole Hendrickson | The renewables transition is shaking up existing power structures and meeting fierce resistance. It can happen -- but only if citizens have access to information and choose wisely among the options.
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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?
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Ole Hendrickson | At the World Uranium Symposium, speakers delved deeply into the links between nuclear power, nuclear weapons, climate change and renewable energy. What does it mean for sustainable energy development?
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Ralph Surette | News of the co-operation between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick power utilities offers a spark of hope in the disastrous energy politics that have dominated the region for the past 50 years.
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Ralph Surette | Nova Scotia's Department of Natural Resources needs to be unhitched from the harvest-at-all-costs policy that has prevented a proper homegrown forest industry from establishing itself.
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Map showing the proposing location of Site C dam and its reservoir.
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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Stephen Leahy | China and the U.S. are responsible for 35 per cent of global carbon emissions but could do their part to keep climate change to less than two degrees by adopting best energy efficiency standards.
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Redeye Collective | The Site C dam would flood 83 kilometres of the Peace River, putting wildlife habitat, agricultural land and First Nations heritage site under hundreds of metres of water.
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Stephen Kimber | Last week, the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board laid out the parameters of the first phase of its planned review of Nova Scotia Power's "state of preparedness and response" to hurricane Arthur.