|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The electric vehicle technology breakthrough could have a huge impact on the demand for Alberta's number one non-agricultural product: oil.|
|News Karl Nerenberg | With time running out, the president is pushing the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge drilling process forward, hoping to make it irrevocable.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | David Hughes concludes in a new study that if TMX is completed, it will result in a loss of at least US$4 per barrel shipped to Asia by that route.|
|Blog David Suzuki | In most cases, it's best to restore well sites to more natural states. But, with roads, grid connections and infrastructure already in place, some can be converted to renewable energy operations.|
Alberta inquiry hasn't found any foreign-funded anti-energy campaigns yet, but promises to keep searchingDavid J. Climenhaga | Energy Minister Sonya Savage says the inquiry can have another $1 million and four extra months to look into Alberta's unsolved foreign-funded environmental campaigns mystery.
New report suggests Alberta is overspending public dollars on fossil fuel research and technology developmentDavid J. Climenhaga | The study suggests the province's universities and the government agencies that fund them are helping to prolong the worst aspects of the fossil fuel era.
|Columnists Duncan Cameron | Long-term care companies and fossil-fuel producers impose large social and environmental costs on ordinary Canadians. Governments must protect the public from these costs in the post-pandemic economy.|
Jason Kenney calls Elizabeth May, Yves-François Blanchet 'un-Canadian,' accuses them of 'blaming the victim'David J. Climenhaga | The Bloc Québécois leader said oil "is never coming back" while the former Green party leader stated "oil is dead." The Alberta premier called those remarks 'divisive.'
|Columnists Duncan Cameron | High production costs have stymied bitumen expansion. Ironically, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney's best allies are now the alternative energy producers who can make a low-carbon future a reality.|
|Blog David Suzuki | We're facing a crisis trifecta: COVID-19, climate disruption and plunging oil prices. This is exposing flaws in the systems we've been relying on far beyond their best-before dates.|
|Blog Penney Kome | A managed decline would offer security and ease transition to a zero-carbon economy.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Back in 2006, Harper planned to make Canada "an energy superpower." Today, oil prices are plummeting with no alternative source of revenue, pushing Alberta toward a financial meltdown.|
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