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Members of Unifor Local 594 gather for a rally outside the Co-op Refinery in Regina, Sask. in December 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Michael Bell

It is industry, not government, that is getting in the way of a ‘just transition’ for oil and gas workers

While governments are often blamed for a perceived ‘unjust transition,’ it is actually the industry itself which poses the biggest threat to the future of oil and gas workers.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith delivers a speech prior to a fireside chat during a Canada Strong and Free Network event in Ottawa, on April 12, 2024. The Alberta Conservative party has long prioritized the interests of fossil fuels. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Spencer Colby

How ideology is darkening the future of renewables in Alberta

A fossil fuel ideology transcends political lines and inhibits effective action on the green transition. Alberta is a clear example.
Anti-carbon tax protesters wave signs and chant slogans as they block a westbound lane of the Trans Canada Highway near Cochrane, Alta., April 1, 2024. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Big government, big trouble? Defending the future of Canada’s climate policy

Why the public resistance to carbon tax policies? New research suggests a few key factors that may play a role in influencing popular support for carbon tax efforts in Canada.

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