The search for oil and gas regulations continues
On the eve of new GHG regulations, new questions about the weather
The NDP leader lays out his vision for resource development
Clean-tech sector grows
On Friday, the Harper government’s new fuel efficiency regulations were published in the Canada Gazette, including the full cost-benefit analysis.
These costs are incremental to the baseline so, for example,
Clare Demerse provides a very useful overview of policy options for reducing greenhouse gas emissions (if it had been published earlier I would’ve included it in my rough guide).
Trying harder to clean up our act in Alberta would help our PR efforts
Steven Chase looks at the government’s rhetorical turn towards “ethical oil.”
Environmental activists say the Harper government is adopting a classic diversionary tactic to redirect attention away from the oil
Contrary to popular belief, it wasn’t the one by the Yes Men.
Various jurisdictions have their doubts about the Harper’s government’s environmental agenda.
The numbers won’t add up in the Harper government’s proposed climate-change plan unless it fixes flaws that jeopardize the
Obama announced his energy team yesterday, nominating Nobel physicist Steven Chu to head the Department of Energy. This is an important victory for science and environmentalists, since it is the