Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2019
Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant, former public servant and diplomat. His full bio is here.
Perhaps it is because Canada is … Continue reading
Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant. He was formerly a public servant for 27 years and prior to that, a diplomat for … Continue reading
Contributed by Howard Dewhirst, FGS © 2019
Howard Dewhirst is part of a group of Fellows of the Geological Society of London who have challenged the society’s position on human-causation … Continue reading
Deloitte Insights and Climate Reality have recently issued reports making claims that renewables – especially wind and solar – are as cheap and as reliable as conventional coal-fired or natural-gas-fired … Continue reading
Op-ed contributed by Michelle Stirling © 2018
Michelle Stirling is the Communications Manager for Friends of Science, a member of CAJ and the AAAS. She formerly worked for Alberta Environment … Continue reading
Contributed by Donald Morton © 2018
Donald Morton is a retired astrophysicist whose career included being a rocket scientist at Princeton University, Director of the Anglo Australian Observatory and Director … Continue reading
Contributed by Lindsay Howell ©2018
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, “pollutant” is defined as a substance that contaminates an environment. Going further, the definition of “contaminate” is to make said … Continue reading
Opinion: by Michelle Stirling © 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed the French National Assembly on April 17, 2018.
As part of his address he claimed that Canada will meet … Continue reading
Choice. Choices. 38 times in 36 pages.
Ecofiscal Commission’s April 2018 report entitled: “Clearing the Air: How Carbon Pricing Helps Canada Fight Climate Change” is filled with lofty claims about … Continue reading