Transporting oil by pipeline may actually lower greenhouse gas emissions.
While the planned reduction in emissions may sound impressive, the effect on temperatures will likely be rather small and the costs in dollars quite high.
Before making largely shambolic gestures using other people’s money, you should consider all the available alternatives.
This week, the Alberta government unveiled its new strategy on climate change, aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
For many years, Alberta has maintained a strong investment climate vis-à-vis other provinces and other energy-producing jurisdictions.
Turns out, LEED school buildings actually consume more energy, and therefore cost more money, than non-LEED schools.
President Obama has finally rejected the Keystone XL pipeline.
The government of Alberta has released its Climate Leadership Discussion Document, which is supposed to inform citizens about climate change and prepare them for a public opinion survey on the subject.
With Alberta’s economy sinking rapidly, the new Alberta government has decided to throw the province a few new anchors.
As pretty much everyone in the world knows by now, Pope Francis published an encyclical recently On Care for Our Common Home, which discusses all things environmental—climate change, of course, but also air pollution, water pollution, sustainable development, the precautionary principle…the list goes on through 184-pages.