WHITELAW: The petroleum sector needs to move in synch with changing societal expectations. And Canadians will be surprised to discover how far the sector has progressed
FINLAYSON: Elected officials are wrong to think that “clean tech” is about to reshape the Canadian economy
SUZUKI: But we could lose out if we take the industry for granted.
By the time Albertans go to the polls in 2016, Canada will be the world’s largest audited and certified oil reservoir.
Three developments on the drawing board will lead the way in employing the newest clean technologies . . .
The Alberta Council of Technologies and the Alberta Chapter – Canadian Green Building Council co-hosted the conduct of a clean technologies symposium in Edmonton and Calgary in early March 2010. Participants included 11 moderators and 60 panelists, 350 clean-tech interests including 75 post-secondary students from across Alberta. The Symposia generated 40 resolutions for advancing Alberta’s […]
EDMONTON, AB, May 30, 2010, Troy Media/ – The climate change strategy being adopted by the US, which closely matches that of Spain, is not really about “saving the planet”, but is about transferring wealth . . .
EDMONTON, AB, Mar. 3, 2010, Troy Media/ — The evidence suggests that green policies don’t lead to green jobs . . .