Most Americans support clean energy in principle, but what will they do when wind turbines or high-voltage transmission lines come to town?
Pipeline companies have run roughshod over several regions where they’re building, racking up safety and environmental violations. Many residents feel trapped, with no control over their property.
Whether it’s a Biden or Trump presidency, the reality is that Canadian interests — on trade, global climate change, foreign affairs or other matters — don’t align with America’s.
No one wants an oil spill in their backyard. Yet to understand the real-world fate and effects of diluted bitumen — a Canadian oil sands product — that’s exactly what some scientists did.
The RCMP have long been responsible for violence against Indigenous people.
Irregular weather is destabilizing the soil that supports railroad tracks, roads, buildings and pipelines.
An Indigenous sovereign wealth fund would finance community needs such as housing, health care, sports facilities, scholarships, Indigenous businesses and low-carbon energy – in perpetuity.
Despite decades of bickering and hand-wringing, Canada continues on. National tensions, in and of themselves, are not leading us to poor policy outcomes.
Recent pipeline explosions have brought the problem of Mexico’s black market for oil into tragic relief.
The We'suwet'en First Nation is fighting the Coastal GasLink pipeline project, which would stretch nearly 700 kilometres across northern B.C. through their unceded land.
Canada’s proposed new environmental assessment law is facing heated, if not necessarily well-informed, opposition. The real question is whether it goes far enough.
The ruling against the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline project doesn’t mean the end of the oil and gas industry in Canada. Other projects and approaches could go forward.
Environmentalists claimed victory when a court ruling put the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion on hold. But delaying or cancelling the project would also impact Canada’s climate change strategy.
Based on the success of the Clayoquot Sound protests 25 years ago, we can expect the TransMountain pipeline expansion protest movement, and its related civil disobedience, to continue.
The “dig and dump” approach to cleaning oil and gasoline from soil is destructive. Why not nudge the soil’s natural cleaners to do the job?
Even if Asia buys most of the natural gas the U.S. will be exporting soon, America’s growing role in that market could wind up reducing Russia’s political influence in Europe.
When the Canadian government announced its pending ownership in the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, it entered the complex business of pipeline infrastructure.
The Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion is fast becoming one of the most divisive issues in Canadian politics in years. Here’s how a compromise can be reached.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is fighting British Columbia’s efforts to stop the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Here’s what she’s got wrong.
The European Investment Bank’s funding of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline will harm the climate and makes little financial sense.