Read this June 25th story by Wendy J. Palen, Thomas D. Sisk, Maureen E. Ryan, Joseph L. Árvai, Mark Jaccard, Anne K. Salomon, Thomas Homer-Dixon& Ken P. Lertzman in Nature on how debates over oil-sands infrastructure obscure a broken policy process that overlooks broad climate, energy and environment issues.
The debate over the development of oil sands in Alberta, Canada, is inflaming tensions in and between Canada and the United States.
In April, US President Barack Obama deferred a decision on the fate of the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline, despite escalating pressure to approve it from Canadian Prime Minister Stephen (Read more…)
Sierra Club Canada says it’s been told of a secret deal to increase carbon tax in return for reduced clean-up requir…
“During a one-and-a-half hour editorial board meeting…with Progressive Conservative leadership candidate… Jim Prentice, I was struck by how often Lougheed’s legendary thoughtfulness, tone and command of all topics came to mind.” — Licia Corbella, Calgary Herald, July 11, 2014
It’s official. As far as Licia Corbella is concerned Jim Prentice is the answer our prayers — the leader for those of us who “pine for the days of Peter Lougheed and all that he embodied.”
Are you kidding me?
Luiza Ch. Savage on a letter from Canadian ambassador Gary Doer