“One doesn’t change an economy overnight, but one does need a vision of the future that ensures today’s policies will create the kind of future we want.”
A recent panel discussion at Petrocultures 2016 needed to admit the harsh truth: The shift to a ‘green economy’ will be uncomfortable.
A Corner Brook man and a few of his co-workers from Alberta are leading a new national initiative to retrain tradespeople working in the hurting fossil fuel industry to help lead Canada’s transition to a low carbon economy.
In response to Shannon Reardon’s May 7 column, “Our squandered pride and prosperity”.
Following a premier’s climate summit in Québec City earlier this week, Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Paul Davis says his government cares about mitigating climate change but has no plans to slow fossil fuel development anytime soon. Meanwhile, 60+ Canadian academics think the time is perfect for a transition to low-carbon economy.
Industry is telling your children oil has a bright future in the province
He’s got enemies on both sides of the fracking debate, but University of Waterloo engineer Maurice Dusseault doesn’t shy away from questions about how fracking relates to climate change, capitalism, and the “revolving door” between the fossil fuel industry and government
The takeaway from a public discussion on fracking Tuesday evening in St. John’s? There are a lot of questions that need answering before people welcome the controversial method of fossil fuel extraction into the province.
It may be the most pressing issue of our time, but the chair of NL’s recently appointed fracking review panel says climate change is “not what the panel’s about”
Dispatches from Manhattan on the largest climate march in history