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Kenneth P. Green

Senior Fellow, Fraser Institute

Kenneth P. Green is a Senior Fellow at the Fraser Institute. Prior to 2020, he was a Resident Scholar and Chair in Energy and Environmental Studies and former Senior Director of the Centre for Natural Resource Studies at the Fraser Institute. He received his doctorate in Environmental Science and Engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), an M.S. in Molecular Genetics from San Diego State University, and a B.S. in Biology from UCLA. Mr. Green has studied public policy involving energy, risk, regulation, and the environment for nearly 20 years at public policy research institutions across North America including the Reason Foundation, the Environmental Literacy Council and the American Enterprise Institute. He has an extensive publication list of policy studies, magazine articles, opinion columns, book and encyclopedia chapters, and two supplementary textbooks on climate change and energy policy intended for middle-school and collegiate audiences respectively. Mr. Green’s writing has appeared in major newspapers across the US and Canada, and he is a regular presence on both Canadian and American radio and television. Mr. Green has testified before several state legislatures and regulatory agencies, as well as giving testimony to a variety of committees of the US House, US Senate and the House of Commons.

Recent Research by Kenneth P. Green

— fév 28, 2017
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Survey of Mining Companies, 2016 french

Fraser Institute Annual Survey of Mining Companies, 2016 classe 104 territoires autour du monde, d’après une combinaison de facteurs incluant les politiques favorables et les formations géologiques propices à la présence de minéraux et métaux. Cette année, la Saskatchewan et le Manitoba occupent le 1er et le 2e rang mondial. Le Québec est monté au 6e rang mondial cette année, alors qu’il se trouvait au 8e rang l’an passé.

— fév 24, 2015
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Annual Survey of Mining Companies: 2014

Le rapport d’enquête Fraser Institute Annual Survey of Mining Companies: 2014 évalue 122 territoires dans le monde selon l’intérêt qu’ils présentent sur le plan géologique et le degré auquel les politiques gouvernementales encouragent l’exploration et l’investissement.

— nov 20, 2014
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Global Petroleum Survey 2014

Le Québec se classe derrière des pays en difficulté comme le Liban, le Mexique et l’Ukraine, et demeure l’un des endroits les moins attrayants au monde pour les investissements pétroliers et gaziers, selon le rapport d’enquête annuel Global Petroleum Survey.