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It's Alberta's biggest environmental battle- to reduce rising greenhouse gases from the oilsands- and former oil executive Eric Newell is running a global search for some silver bullets. Newell knows it's a race against time. As the U.S. an ...
In discussing whether carbon capture holds promise, we must consider some of the vast research already done in this field. For almost two decades, scientists in Alberta and Saskatchewan have been in the forefront of researching the disposal of carbon diox ...
Why Conservatives need to price carbon Carbon tax is the new black on Parliament Hill this week with an all-hands-on deck Conservative Party attack against the NDP’s cap-and-trade policy (“a tax on everything”). The attack has led many in the media, inclu ...
Carbon Expo: Hope springs eternal The third and final day of Carbon Expo 2012 focused on a number of topics including REDD, carbon capture and storage and linking among domestic emissions trading schemes, especially the Asia Pacific. The REDD discussion o ...
Carbon capture is only one piece Somewhat like Nixon going to China, Canada’s oilpatch might be the force that eventually drags the federal government into a more progressive — and coherent — policy on climate change. There are interesting signals coming ...