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David Suzuki | Any real comparison between oil sands and lithium batteries shows that oil sands products, from extracting and processing to transporting and burning, are by far the most destructive.
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Joan Michelson | The U.S. military is the world's biggest consumer of energy, and Katherine Hammack has spent six years working to make it more energy-efficient.
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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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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.
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Ralph Surette | Nova Scotia's quest for energy efficiency, along with the wisdom of the Liberal government on energy matters, will be on trial before the Utilities and Review Board this coming week.
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David Suzuki | Clean energy technology, transit improvements and conservation create more jobs and economic activity and contribute to greater well-being and a more stable economy than fossil fuel industries.
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David Suzuki | A Health Canada study finds no measurable association between wind turbine noise and sleep disturbance and disorders, illnesses and chronic health conditions, or stress and quality-of-life issues.
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Ole Hendrickson | It's likely that oil supply will remain high and prices will remain low for the immediate future. What can we do with cheap oil? Here are five suggestions.
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Ralph Surette | Efficiency Nova Scotia could drop some of its dubious stuff, like changing light bulbs, in exchange for filling the efficiency void, and guiding people to do it themselves.
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Stephen Leahy | Cities are leading the way to a green low-carbon future. Currently a group of 441 cities representing 15 per cent of people on the planet are taking concrete action to reduce their emissions.
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Ralph Surette | Using less, or emphasizing those energy forms that conserve by nature -- solar, small wind and, in context, natural gas straight to the home instead of in power plants -- is not part of the big talk.
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Ralph Surette | Rising power rates and the questionable Muskrat Falls deal for power from Labrador are getting all the media heat, but are not the main issues with regard to Nova Scotia's power problem.