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Geothermal for Canada – Questions and Challenges

Contributed by Michelle Stirling © 2019

Friends of Science Society has re-issued our 2016 report: “Geothermal for Alberta? A Case for Caution” to help inform the debate on the potential Continue reading

PROMISES VS. PERFORMANCE – The World’s Largest Emitters Since COP21

Contributed by Robert Lyman ©2019  Read his bio  here.

New report – download here: PROMISES VS PERFORMANCE Final

 

Executive Summary

At the COP21 Conference in December 2015, most member … Continue reading

Filmmaker Marijn Poels calls on journalists to shift to the centre

Contributed by Marijn Poels © 2019

 

My innate temperament comes closest to what you would call politically “left liberal”. I am creative, open and really like to spend my … Continue reading

IT IS TOO LATE TO FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE

Reblogged Google translation with permission of Belgotopia –© 2019 

Read the original in French here:

IL EST TROP TARD POUR LUTTER CONTRE LES CHANGEMENTS CLIMATIQUES

IL EST TROP TARD Continue reading

The Social Cost of Carbon – Pick A Number, Any Number

Contributed by Robert Lyman ©2019 

Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant. His bio can be read here.

 

The CO2 Coalition is a non-profit conservative think tank based … Continue reading

Tzeporah – Her Freedom of Speech Prevails, Despite Her Lack of Facts

Op-ed Contributed by Michelle Stirling ©2019

In the Aug. 6, 2019, National Observer, reporter Juliet O’Neill thinks that the Alberta government has launched a campaign to silence Tzeporah Berman.  I … Continue reading

Alligators in Alaska

Contributed by William Walter Kay BA LL B ©2019

60-to-50 million years ago (60-50 Ma) Earth’s surface temperatures averaged 10-to-15 degrees Celsius higher than present. Reduced temperature disparities between equatorial … Continue reading

The 85 Million Tonne Obsession

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2019

About the Author

Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant and former public servant of 27 years, a diplomat for 10 years prior Continue reading

Alvarez’s Asteroid: Did a Climate Catastrophe claim the Dinosaurs?

Contributed by William Walter Kay BA LL B ©2019 

100 million years ago (100 Ma) Earth’s surface temperature, already hotter than now, resumed an intermittent warming march. Humidity kept apace. … Continue reading

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