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Alice Klein | The pro-environment side is reshaping the way the world turns. As a result, we have a path to look toward and green moss to cushion our trudge through this oily mess.
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Marc Lee | B.C.'s 2013 election comes at an important moment in history. Worldwide, extreme weather events are making a powerful statement that climate change can no longer be denied.
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Elizabeth May | Canada's economy needs greater innovation. And our commitment to reduce greenhouse gases needs a burgeoning clean-tech sector.
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Stuart Trew | The Canadian government is disputing a World Trade Organization decision in December that declared local content requirements in Ontario's Green Energy Act illegal under WTO non-discrimination rules.
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Stuart Trew | Canada has notified the World Trade Organization that it will be appealing a December ruling against the local content rules in Ontario's Green Energy Act.
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Marc Lee | I am writing as an economist and lead investigator for the Climate Justice Project of the CCPA, but also personally as a past recipient of subsidies from the LiveSmartBC Energy Incentive Program.
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Bertram Beach in Kelowna B.C. Photo: erwlas/Flickr
Marc Lee | People wanted to know what the future looked like, so I went into Google Calendar and booked myself for New Year's Day, 2040, to write a letter back to myself about what things look like then.
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Stuart Trew | Gee, I wonder where China got the idea that local content quotas are illegal? Ah yes, possibly from the EU and Japanese WTO challenge to local content requirements in the Ontario Green Energy Act.
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Pro Bono, Brian Iler, Kirsten Iler | Until now, ownership and participation in Canada's growing green energy sector has been dominated by private sector interests. It looks like things may be starting to change.
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Liquefied natural gas facility. Photo: . Shell/Flickr
Ben Parfitt | Premier Christy Clark announced before an audience of business leaders in Vancouver that her government would declare natural gas a "clean" fuel if the gas in question was used to power up LNG plants.
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Amy Goodman | Evidence supporting the existence of climate change is pummelling the United States this summer, from the mountain wildfires of Colorado to the recent "derecho" storm that left at least 23 dead.
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Marc Lee | We released a new Climate Justice Project report, Clean Electricity, Conservation and Climate Justice in BC: Meeting our energy needs in a zero-carbon future, co-authored by John Calvert and myself.