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Disputing the Haskayne School of Business Presentation- “Canada’s Energy Future: Renewable Energy in Vogue?”

Opinion Contributed by Michelle Stirling © 2017

On Oct. 19, 2017, I attended a University of Calgary, Haskayne School of Business presentation by David Jacoby, President of Boston Strategies International.  … Continue reading

What They Did Not Hear at the Generation Energy Forum

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2017

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

For … Continue reading

National Energy Board (NEB) – A Report on the Implications of Proposed Changes

Originally published in May 2017 as a series of blog posts under the title: “National Energy Board (NEB) – Implications of Proposed Changes: A Review.” This post offers the same … Continue reading

Climate / Energy: What if we come back down to Earth?

Contributed by Drieu Godefridi © 2017

Important information has emerged in the field of energy, and yet it is as if European politicians ignore it. Judge for yourself based on … Continue reading

Tesla’s Supply Chain Risks – The Cobalt Problem

Contributed by Robert Lyman © Sept. 2017

Robert Lyman is a former Canadian public servant of 27 years experience; prior to that he was a diplomat for 10 years.

John … Continue reading

Seekers of Injustice

An Opinion Contributed by Robert Lyman © Sept. 11, 2017

Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant and a former Canadian  public servant with 27 years experience in Continue reading

“The Uncertainty Has Settled” to be screened at European Parliament

Contributed by Marijn Poels © 2017 (Dutch language version follows)

Dutch filmmaker Marijn Poels is to showcase his new film in Brussels at a special screening and discussion in the Continue reading

India – The Next Greenhouse Gas Emissions Giant

Contributed by Robert Lyman ©2017

Introduction

The discussion about whether Canadians must sharply reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to avoid human-induced catastrophic global warming often lacks a sense of context. … Continue reading

Trump Style Vitriol? Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid? Or Join the Debate.

Contributed by Michelle Stirling and the Science Team at Friends of Science.

On July 27, 2007, the Edmonton Journal ran an op-ed by Jim Storrie wherein he called Friends of Continue reading

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