To save the world, save the cyclists

Bicycling is probably doomed by the short-sighted attitudes that raise barriers to people feeling safe in exercising their health and economic choices

To save the world, save the cyclists
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NEIMAN: Bicycling is probably doomed by the short-sighted attitudes that raise barriers to people feeling safe in exercising their health and economic choices

Malls a microcosm of our energy-consumption society

The typical Canadian mall is an example of the interplay of energy systems, carrying the weight of a functioning society with them

Malls a microcosm of our energy-consumption society
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WHITELAW: The typical Canadian mall is an example of the interplay of energy systems, carrying the weight of a functioning society with them

Injecting some Positive Energy in a divisive national debate

A three-year initiative assesses how Canadians think and talk about energy in all forms, bringing together disparate and typically unaligned voices

Injecting some Positive Energy in a divisive national debate
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WHITELAW: A three-year initiative assesses how Canadians think and talk about energy in all forms, bringing together disparate and typically unaligned voices

Canada’s contribution to the environment means very little

Trudeau can go blue in the face talking about Canada’s crucial role in protecting the environment, but it is only political rhetoric

Canada’s contribution to the environment means very little
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TAUBE: Trudeau can go blue in the face talking about Canada’s crucial role in protecting the environment, but it is only political rhetoric

A pipeline straight to energy industry trust

The Alberta Energy Regulator's new website on pipeline performance helps the public better understand crucial operating dynamics

A pipeline straight to energy industry trust
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WHITELAW: The Alberta Energy Regulator’s new website on pipeline performance helps the public better understand crucial operating dynamics

B.C.’s carbon tax not the ‘gold standard’ it’s made out to be

B.C.’s "revenue neutral" carbon tax will result in a cumulative $865 million tax increase on British Columbians between 2013/14 and 2018/19

B.C.’s carbon tax not the ‘gold standard’ it’s made out to be
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LAMMAM, JACKSON: B.C.’s “revenue neutral” carbon tax will result in a cumulative $865 million tax increase between 2013/14 and 2018/19

How Facebook led me to the truth about GMOs

I’ve learned to respect the views of people who are educated on subjects about which I was concerned – even if they work for Monsanto

How Facebook led me to the truth about GMOs
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MELLOR-TRUPP: I’ve learned to respect the views of people who are educated on subjects about which I was concerned – even if they work for Monsanto

New off-road limits a gutsy, but visionary, move

Alberta's off-roaders must work with the province to identify trails that let riders have fun without ruining the land

New off-road limits a gutsy, but visionary, move
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FIRBY: Alberta’s off-roaders must get over their sense of grievance and work with the province to identify trails that let riders have fun without ruining the land

Agricultural biotechnology crucial for feeding world population

Crop production science and innovation led to new technologies that averted a predicted global starvation catastrophe

Agricultural biotechnology crucial for feeding world population
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MCLAUGHLIN: Crop production science and innovation led to new technologies that averted a predicted global starvation catastrophe

It’s official – Ontario’s coal phase-out was all for nothing

Phasing out coal had almost no effect on Ontario’s air pollution levels – and the government knew this was likely to be the case

It’s official – Ontario’s coal phase-out was all for nothing
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MCKITRICK: Phasing out coal had almost no effect on Ontario’s air pollution levels – and the government knew this was likely to be the case

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