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Escalation of anti-oil and gas activist tactics has frightening implications

Escalation of anti-oil and gas activist tactics has frightening implications

Anyone who’s been paying attention to the increasingly fraught battles over oil and gas projects has seen a decided shift in the strategies employed by industry opponents.
Yager: Europe changes course as green ambitions collide with energy reality

Yager: Europe changes course as green ambitions collide with energy reality

No part of the world has done more to tackle the climate change challenge and execute an energy transition from fossil fuels to lower carbon sources than Europe.
Economic driver: How oil and gas helps power Newfoundland and Labrador’s prosperity

Economic driver: How oil and gas helps power Newfoundland and Labrador’s prosperity

The oil and gas industry in Atlantic Canada is an important economic driver for the region with ripple effects throughout the entire economy impacting thousands of people who live and work on the East Coast.
A Matter of Fact: Coastal GasLink pipeline benefits Indigenous communities and the world

A Matter of Fact: Coastal GasLink pipeline benefits Indigenous communities and the world

Protesters illegally blocking access to workers on the Coastal GasLink pipeline in the interior of B.C. are ignoring the broad support for the project by Indigenous communities and how it will help fight climate change. Here are the facts.
Joint efforts fuel Canada’s cleantech boom

Joint efforts fuel Canada’s cleantech boom

Canada’s oil and gas industry is recognized as having a level of cooperation on cleantech research and development that is unprecedented globally. Today that cooperation is resulting in a flood of new cleantech development projects.  
Lessons from 10 years of the oil and gas divestment movement

Lessons from 10 years of the oil and gas divestment movement

The global divestment movement initiated by the activist group 350.org is celebrating its ten-year anniversary. Anniversaries are a good time to reflect on the past, examine the present and chart out the future.
Why natural gas is seen as Africa’s ‘saving grace’

Why natural gas is seen as Africa’s ‘saving grace’

African leaders are rejecting calls from the COP26 climate summit for their countries to abandon oil and gas, warning that would have “catastrophic” impacts for people already facing painful economic and energy challenges.
Quesnel: ‘Eco-colonialism’ and unresolved governance issues standing in the way of benefits for Indigenous communities

Quesnel: ‘Eco-colonialism’ and unresolved governance issues standing in the way of benefits for Indigenous communities

A pipeline dispute in northern British Columbia is showing how unresolved Indigenous governance issues and an absence of the rule of law is preventing the orderly development of energy resources for the benefit of Indigenous communities.
Yager: COP26 – Prime Minister Trudeau puts climate ambitions before the needs of Canadians 

Yager: COP26 – Prime Minister Trudeau puts climate ambitions before the needs of Canadians 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made some remarkable commitments on behalf of Canada at COP26. Despite representing less than 0.5 per cent of the world’s population and 1.6 per cent of global emissions, he is showing the world what climate leadership really means.  
Five new Canadian cleantech projects you need to know about

Five new Canadian cleantech projects you need to know about

World leaders have gathered at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) this week to announce targets and standards to combat climate change.