ExxonMobil operation near Chicago, IL. Image credit: Richard Hurd/Flickr.
David Suzuki | The perseverance and commitment of people who care have spurred industry, governments and society to finally start waking up to reality.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney. Image: Alberta Newsroom/Flickr
David J. Climenhaga | With focus on Kenney's hesitant response to COVID-19, some observers have overlooked the fact that his management of the economy and energy sector hasn't been much better.
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| The Corporate Mapping Project maps Big Oil's political reach
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Duncan Cameron | The provinces' revolts over cap-and-trade and other environmental agreements seem more difficult for the federal government following Ontario's swing right.
Athabasca oilsands. Photo: Shell
Gordon Laxer | Consumption can be challenged by carbon taxes, but our fossil fuel emissions challenge comes from bitumen production.
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Ben Parfitt | Such an inquiry should not be limited to scientific questions, but should focus squarely on the risks associated with fracking and what should be done about them.
Redeye Collective | Geologists say that humanity's impact on the Earth has been so profound that it's ushered in a whole new, deeply unstable, geological era, which they are calling the Anthropocene.
Think you know the price of oil? Think again.
Daryn Caister | The Green Majority Radio team discusses the shocking disconnect between Liberal rhetoric and action on climate both on the federal and provincial levels.
Hope Isn't A Strategy
Daryn Caister | An entire lake disappearing due to climate change in Bolivia, a rush of lobbying by mining companies, and an expose on how to evade lobbying laws in Canada.
Photo: Michael Stewart
Seble Samuel | Between the summer of 2008 and fall of 2012, 35 petroleum industries lobbied the federal government with 2,700 reports of communications with Canadian politicians.
Alberta & The Leap Manifesto
Christopher Majka | The Leap Manifesto jumped into the political spotlight when it was adopted by the federal NDP and rejected by the Alberta NDP. Can middle ground be found?
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Paul Weinberg | Gordon Laxer knows Canadian petro politics. In this interview, Laxer discusses Canada's dependency on fossil fuels, the economic situation in Alberta and how to tackle climate change.