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We invited Joe Dion, the CEO of the Frog Lake First Nation Energy Corporation, to join us for a Conversation That Matters about his plan to unlocking the log jam of court cases and open a path to reconciliation.
Can we capture our wastewater to turn into usable energy?
We are in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution and the impact it will have on work is dramatic. Rather than creating millions of jobs, the new economy will displace old technology and jobs with either automation or professions that require very few humans.
Carbon taxes make governments feel good about their commitment to reducing the production of greenhouse gases. It’s not an effective tool, it annoys taxpayers who simply pay more while continuing to live their lives the way they did before.
The energy transition has been underway for more than 25 years. How profitable is sustainable energy?
We need to change the way we extract, use and burn the minerals, elements and fuels of the earth or face an uncertain and potentially dire future.
For LNG in BC it’s crunch time. The LNG Alliance says the time is now – decide to move forward and build and then start selling Natural Gas in 2023 or 2024, which is projected to be the next market window.
The Kinder Morgan pipeline is dividing Canadian opinion. First Nations groups are no different – why would some of them want it built?
We're often told that First Nations in British Columbia are opposed to energy development – but is it really that simple?