The Latest

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.  
A Matter of Fact: More Canadian oil could be helping the U.S. right now

A Matter of Fact: More Canadian oil could be helping the U.S. right now

President Joe Biden says it is Russia and OPEC’s fault that consumers across the U.S. are paying an average of $1.20 more per gallon of gasoline today than last year.
Canada’s oil industry leads the world in ESG – but what does that mean?

Canada’s oil industry leads the world in ESG – but what does that mean?

Supporters of Canada’s oil and gas industry often say that Canada leads the world in “ESG.” But what does that mean, and why does it matter?  
Why COP26 leaders should look to Canada for energy solutions

Why COP26 leaders should look to Canada for energy solutions

Global leaders headed to Glasgow for this year’s key climate talks should take advantage of Canada’s ability to help reduce emissions while providing reliable, responsible, affordable energy to the world. Here’s why:
Oil and gas in our lives – Canadian plastics

Oil and gas in our lives – Canadian plastics

Look around the room, how many of these items do you see right now? How many have you used today? How many have you used in the last six months? Your lifetime?