Using agricultural land for both solar and food production presents huge opportunities for Canadian farmers, especially in Alberta.
A pipeline that has carried Canadian oil and gas across Wisconsin and Michigan for 70 years has become a symbol of fossil fuel politics and a test of local regulatory power.
What do Rishi Sunak’s 100 new drilling licences mean for the UK’s net zero target?
Oil producers behave as if heatwaves, forest fires and rising sea levels were happening on another planet.
Regulating greenhouse gas emissions is an important part of Canada’s strategy to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. However, a newly published study illustrates why enforcing regulation is key.
Falling gas prices led to declining interest and investment by oil and gas companies, squeezing out the supply sectors in the process.
Newly elected Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is likely to chart a course forward that involves brawls with Ottawa. Here’s what that means for Canadian Confederation.
Major sources, like oil and gas ‘super-emitters’, are almost entirely neglected by regulations.
A series of ongoing issues in Alberta’s oil and gas sector suggest the province’s energy regulator is controlled by the industry and has lost the public’s trust.
New agreements in B.C. provide economic compensation for land restoration activities to several First Nations and limit new oil and gas development projects.
Canada’s federal Impact Assessment Act seeks to minimize the environmental impacts of major economic projects. Will the Supreme Court uphold the act?
Fracking for oil and gas uses millions of pounds of chemicals, some of which are toxic or carcinogenic. Two researchers summarize what companies have disclosed and call for more transparency.
China and Russia’s relationship is complex. But China’s decision to support Russia’s war on Ukraine could ultimately come down to China’s own political interests.
Researchers looked at a decade of political spending by the oil and gas industry and others engaged in climate policy. If money talks, one side had a giant megaphone.
Canada has no choice but to adapt its energy sources and industries in a ‘just transition.’ If it doesn’t, the inevitable transition will be much more disruptive — and much less just.
The UK windfall tax has barely made a dent in surging energy profits this year.
The Alberta government is failing to ensure environmental liabilities are adequately accounted for and that progress is being made to address the province’s massive tailings ponds.
Despite once holding promise, the UK’s climate compatibility checkpoint has become a formality.
There should be a better long-term strategy for foreign direct investments in Nigeria that’s not tied to its oil reserves.
Force oil and gas companies to dispose of a tonne of CO₂ for every one they emit.