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The Fort Randall hydropower dam in South Dakota flooded thousands of acres of Native American land when it was built in 1952. Harry Weddington, USACE/Wikipedia

Native American voices are finally factoring into energy projects – a hydropower ruling is a victory for environmental justice on tribal lands

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission recently ruled that it won’t approve energy projects on Native lands without tribal consent. But many more applications are pending.
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.
A prudent and economically viable energy transition to a low carbon economy is of the utmost importance for the future prosperity of Canada. (Shutterstock)

Stock markets signal a growing gap between Canadian and American clean tech firms

New research has found that clean tech has much better prospects in the U.S., while oil and gas firms in Canada may outlast their American counterparts.
El Castillo pyramid illuminated at night under a starry sky in Chichen Itza, Mexico, one of the largest Maya cities. Matteo Colombo/DigitalVision via Getty Images

For the Maya, solar eclipses were a sign of heavenly clashes − and their astronomers kept sophisticated records to predict them

The skies and the gods were inseparable in Maya culture. Astronomers kept careful track of events like eclipses in order to perform the renewal ceremonies to continue the world’s cycles of rebirth.
The Punch Powertrain Solar Team car from Belgium competes in the 2017 World Solar Challenge near Kulgera, Australia. AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert

Why aren’t there solar-powered cars?

It’s common to see solar panels on rooftops and fields, but they aren’t widespread on cars − yet.
South Africa’s coal fired power stations are breaching minimum emissions standards but shutting them down may jeopardise energy supply. Willem Cronje/Getty Images

South Africa’s new energy plan needs a mix of nuclear, gas, renewables and coal – expert

South Africa’s national electricity plan is being finalised. A scientist argues that an energy mix of nuclear, clean coal, renewable energy and gas is urgently needed to end 15 years of power cuts.

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