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Finding Canada’s Energy Policy

Contributed by Paul Gagnon © 2018

The U. of C’s School of Public Policy group is sponsoring a forum on June 06, 2018, entitled Bridging Divides: In Search of Continue reading

CHECKSTOP: Challenging the Canadian Federal Government’s Carbon Pollution Pricing System Results Report

Introduction

On April 30, 2018, the Canadian Federal government released a report on Facebook[1] entitled “Estimated Results of the Federal Carbon Pollution Pricing System” (herein after ‘Carbon Tax/GBA’ [Gender … Continue reading

CLIMATE POLICY, OIL PIPELINES AND CONFEDERATION: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2017

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

The Abacus Data-Ecofiscal Push Poll – A Critique of Methodology

Abacus Data recently issued “Perceptions in Carbon Pricing in Canada,” a survey intended to evaluate national sentiments about carbon taxes.

Page 15 of Abacus Power Point

First, this is a … Continue reading

Climate of Unaccountability Comes to Calgary

The Wall Street Journal ran an article on Jan. 11, 2018 about the curious phenomenon of the large ENGO (Environmental Non-governmental Organization) known as World Resources Institute (WRI) both subcontracting … Continue reading

No Standing for Friends of Science at AUC on Jenner Wind Farm

Friends of Science Society has tried to obtain intervenor status at the Jenner Wind Farm hearings, the proponent of which is a subsidiary of Power Renewable Energy Corporation/Power Corporation.  As … Continue reading

Geo-Engineering Gone Wild – Confusing Correlation, Causation and Solution

Opinion Contributed by Andrew Bonvicini, P. Geoph

Humans have engineered phenomenal solutions to large scale problems.  The Dutch have constructed a landscape of ditches, waterways, canals and culminating in the … Continue reading

“Hard Things are Hard” – Challenging the Hon. Catherine McKenna on #PoweringPastCoal at #COP23

Opinion – Contributed by Michelle Stirling © Nov. 2017

Part One

At the recent #COP23 Conference of the Parties (to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change), the Hon. … Continue reading

U.S Energy Information Administration International Energy Outlook 2017 – The Highlights

Friends of Science Society’s Note: Canadians will find these figures of interest in light of the recent cancellation of #EnergyEast pipeline in Canada, some of the reasons suggested for the Continue reading

Friends of Science Issues Annual Report

Contributed by Michelle Stirling, Communications Manager © Sept. 2017

Some people have been extremely curious about Friends of Science Society – so curious that they could not phone, email or … Continue reading

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