Justin Trudeau should stop pretending pipelines will help us transition off fossil fuels and start investing seriously in green jobs, says retired federal energy analyst Will Dubitsky.
Why even Trump and Trudeau's big support for new pipelines can't slow down the global economy's rapid shift to renewables.
Electric vehicle sales are set to explode - thanks to massive investment from car makers and new regs - which will keep driving down demand for oil. So why is the Trudeau govt still pushing pipelines?
Many of Justin Trudeau's green election promises are quickly falling by the wayside, with pipelines moving forward, unsolved regulatory problems, cuts to clean tech funding, and a lack of vision for addressing climate change an...
Pipelines to Nowhere: Energy East, Kinder Morgan make no sense amid global green energy boom, tanking oil market
With the longterm decline of fossil fuel markets, Canada should abandon old-economy pipeline projects like Energy East and Kinder Morgan and focus on the booming green economy, argues Will Dubitsky.
Canadian fuel economy standards mislead consumers and don't effectively tackle GHGs. It's we shift to a better system, says Will Dubitsky.
Exxon executives whine about public subsidies for renewables, ignoring the fact that their industry takes far bigger taxpayer handouts - in the Trillions a year, according to the IMF.
Alberta's new Notley NDP government could turn over a new leaf and build a thriving clean tech sector while growing green jobs...seriously. Innovation expert Will Dubitsky explains how.
China's falling emissions, US and EU cleantech leadership are cause for optimism re: climate change.
Europe, the US and China are all jumping on the green economy bandwagon. Yet Canada's leaders remain committed to fossil fuels, as innovation expert Will Dubitsky explains.