90% the world's new electricity now comes from renewables. China is shuttering 1,000 coal plants and global emissions are on the decline. The end is nigh for the fossil fuel era…so why hasn’t Canada gotten the memo?
Filmmakers David Lavallee and Damien Gillis discuss everything from fracking and arctic drilling to dealing with CSIS and running a crowdfunder, which Lavallee is doing to finish his latest project, "To the Ends of the Earth".
The Harper government is trying to block an investigation by NAFTA's environmental watchdog of oil sands tailing ponds leaking into the Athabasca River.
$50 oil and plunging LNG prices are a wake-up call for Canada's fossil fuel-focused economy. In 2015, economics are likely to have a bigger impact than pipeline protests on the country's energy policy.
After years of intense lobbying fromt he Harper government, the EU is dropping "highly polluting" label for Alberta bitumen - paving the way for increased imports.
A new report suggests wild fires and industrial activity are giving Canada the dubious distinction of being the new global leader in deforestation.
A new study exposes one of the trade-offs associated with expanded resource development - an increase in violence against women.
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 obsc...
John Twigg interviews award-winning energy journalist and author Andrew Nikiforuk on his latest book, The Energy of Slaves and the end of the era of cheap hydrocarbons.
Leading financial institutions in Canada and around the world warn the petro-state that its obsessive focus on fossil fuels is costing it jobs and economic stability.