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The Pembina Institute's experts and analysts are widely recognized for providing credible, evidence-based insights into today's energy challenges....

The Pembina Institute’s experts and analysts are widely recognized for providing credible, evidence-based insights into today’s energy challenges. We are regularly asked to provide an expert perspective on emerging issues related to energy and the environment.

February 2021

TORONTO STAR
Canada and the U.S. will push China and other trading partners to slash emissions deeper and faster, environment minister says
By Alex Ballingall

POLICY OPTIONS
Why Canada needs a national zero-emission vehicle standard in 2021
By Andréanne Brazeau, with Cedric Smith

UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA’S INSTITUTE FOR SCIENCE, SOCIETY AND POLICY
Setting a course to Canada's clean hydrogen economy
By Tahra Jutt

GLOBE AND MAIL
Is the Bank of Canada’s new boss living up to his climate change credentials?
By Cameron French

GLOBE AND MAIL
Complacency on climate change is 'the larger gamble' for corporations
By Jameson Berkow

CBC NEWS
Toyota, Lyft offer hydrogen-powered vehicles for Vancouver ride-hail drivers
By Thomson Reuters/CBC News

GLOBE AND MAIL
What's an e-bike? Transport Canada tells the provinces to figure it out
By Matt Bubbers

January 2021

TORONTO STAR/WINDSPEAKER.COM
Indigenous company gets funding boost for clean energy projects in N.W.T.
By Sam Laskaris

CALGARY HERALD
Varcoe: As Biden blocks Keystone XL, new survey shows wide gap in climate action by Canada and U.S. oil sectors
By Chris Varcoe

INVESTIGATEWEST
After Climate-Protection Drift And Despair, A Blueprint For Success Emerges In Cascadia
By Peter Fairley

EDMONTON JOURNAL
Industry group predicts positive uptick in oil and gas investment in 2021
By Ashley Joannou

THE TYEE
Big Ideas: 20 from 2020
By Sarah Krichel and David Beers

BUSINESS IN VANCOUVER
Justin Trudeau’s hydrogen strategy widely praised
By Nelson Bennett

December 2020

BNN BLOOMBERG
Clean Fuel Standard will deliver 10% of emission cuts targeted for 2030: Pembina Institute (video)
Interview by Andrew Bell

GLOBAL MORNING NEWS B.C.
B.C.’s new greenhouse gas emissions target (video)
Interview by Paul Haysom

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Federal plan aims to boost hydrogen use via regional hubs

FINANCIAL POST
'The potential is here if we skate to where the puck is going': Feds release hydrogen strategy
By Gabriel Friedman

THE CANADIAN PRESS
B.C. behind on climate goals, sets new 2025 emissions target to stay on track
By Amy Smart

THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT
Climate Change Accountability Report discloses that B.C. carbon emissions rose three percent in 2018
By Charlie Smith

THE NARWHAL
It’s official: Alberta’s oilsands tailings ponds are leaking. Now what?
By Sharon J. Riley

ELECTRIC AUTONOMY
New federal funding for ZEV purchase incentives and charging infrastructure in 2020 fall economic statement
By Emma Jarratt

TORONTO STAR
Carbon tax hikes, carbon capture key to Canada’s new climate plan
By Sarah Lawrynuik

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Ontario Power Generation plans to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040
By Matthew McClearn

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Report by clean energy group outlines path to reducing freight emissions
By Jon Victor

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Alberta set to retire coal power by 2023, ahead of 2030 schedule, says Pembina Institute

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Hydrogen's future as energy source remains murky despite home heating projects in Alberta and Ontario
By Dan Healing

THE NARWHAL
Are B.C.’s oil and gas subsidies to blame for the incomplete CleanBC plan?
By Carol Linnitt

TORONTO STAR
Five things Canada can do to beat its 2030 climate target
By Alex Ballingall

CBC NEWS: THE NATIONAL
FedEx pilots e-cargo bikes to reduce emissions from delivering packages
By Tashauna Reid

CBC NEWS
Parcel delivery companies are trading trucks for bikes in some Canadian cities. Here's why
By Emily Chung, Alice Hopton and Tashauna Reid

EDMONTON JOURNAL
Alberta's hydrogen strategy must focus on emissions to be competitive, experts say
By Lisa Johnson

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Ontario Power Generation plans to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040
By Mathhew McClearn

CBC RADIO-CANADA INTERNATIONAL
Environmental effects of online shopping can be reduced: analyst
By Lynn Desjardins

TRUCK NEWS
Free shipping? There is no such thing
By Abdul Latheefs

CARBON BRIEF
Hydrogen gas has long been recognised as an alternative to fossil fuels and a potentially valuable tool for tackling climate change
By Simon Evans, Josh Gabbatiss

November 2020

POLITICO
What a Biden administration would mean for Trudeau's climate agenda
By Maura Forrest

CBC EDMONTON
Hundreds of coal mining jobs to end as TransAlta switches to natural gas
By Andrew Jeffrey

TORONTO STAR
A Joe Biden win is likely to boost climate change action in Canada
By Gillian Steward

TORONTO STAR
Justin Trudeau offers $750 million to oil and gas companies to slash methane emissions, but critics warn it isn’t enough
By Alex Ballingall

CBC CALGARY
How a Biden victory could shake up Alberta's oil and gas sector
By Tony Seskus

CANADIAN CYCLING MAGAZINE
Why FedEx chose a Canadian city to launch its unique ebike pilot project
By Lily Hansen-Gillis

TORONTO STAR
Canada's greenhouse gas problem is worse than they thought, federal scientists say
By Alex Ballingall

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Inuit-owned Pituvik partners with Innergex to build hydroelectric plant in northern Quebec
By Andrew Willis

BUSINESS IN VANCOUVER
Biden will be better for Canadian resource exports, analysts say
By Nelson Bennett

FINANCIAL POST
Blue wave or not, a green wave is sweeping the Canadian oilpatch
By Geoffrey Morgan

THE HILL TIMES
Change in U.S. administration could shift political calculations over carbon tariffs, say advocates
By Beatrice Paez

THE ECOCENTRIC
Youth strike, fugitive methane, blockades protect old growth
By Keith Wiley

THE NARWHAL
Just north of the oilsands, the largest remote solar farm in Canada is about to power up
By Ainslie Cruickshank

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Canada’s fossil fuel consumption may have peaked, with renewables growth ahead, regulator says
By Emma Graney

TRUCK NEWS
Freight's carbon footprint soaring
By Today's Trucking

THE NARWHAL
Does Trudeau's net-zero emissions legislation go far enough? Here's what you need to know
By Ainslie Cruickshank

FINANCIAL POST
End of the road? Quebec's goal to ban gas-guzzling cars latest move to hasten oil's decline
By Geoffrey Morgan

October 2020

THE TYEE
So, What Does BC’s Election Outcome Really Mean?
By David Beers and Olamide Olaniyan

THE NARWHAL
B.C. election: where the NDP, Greens and Liberals stand on climate and environment issues
By Ainslie Cruickshank

THE TYEE
Where They Stand: The Parties on Climate Change
By Samantha McCabe

ELECTRIC AUTONOMY
Electric vehicle assembly deals put Canada in the race
By Dan Woynillowicz

EDMONTON JOURNAL
U of A program aims to address shortage of professionals in renewables
By Lisa Johnson

THE TYEE
The parties talk climate change, finally
By Samantha McCabe

CBC EDMONTON
Alberta on track to have worst air quality in Canada
By Trisha Estabrooks

TRUCK NEWS
Canada looks to California in research on potential trailer GHG standards
By John G. Smith

ENERGIESPRONG
Canada calling… get involved with the Reframed Lab
By Energiesprong Foundation

September 2020

CBC NEWS
B.C. delays carbon tax increase to help with COVID-19 recovery
By CBC News staff

August 2020

CALGARY HERALD
Varcoe: Government cuts to monitoring undermine oilsands companies' work to reduce emissions
By Chris Varcoe

BLOOMBERG
Home of the Oil Sands Eyes Cleaner Future as Hydrogen Superpower
By Kevin Orland

THE NARWHAL
B.C.’s emissions reach highest levels since 2001
By Judith Lavoie

BNN BLOOMBERG
Oil and gas workers will be supported as we shfit to a 'decarbonizing economy': Pembina Institute
By Andrew Bell

GLOBE AND MAIL
As Canada curbs methane emissions, new measurements show problem bigger than thought
By Jeff Lewis and Rod Nickel

BUSINESS IN VANCOUVER
Biden presidency prospect casts doubt on Keystone pipeline’s future
By Nelson Bennett

JOURNAL OF COMMERCE
Experts see potential and peril in Alberta diversification push
By Warren Frey

CLIMATE HOME NEWS
Prospect of snap election reanimates Canada’s carbon tax battle
By Chloé Farand

July 2020

CANADIAN APARTMENT
B.C. launches Reframed Lab pilot for multi-unit housing retrofits
By REMI Network

PHARE OUEST (ICI RADIO-CANADA PREMIERE)
Des rénovations prennent un virage écologique grâce à un programme pilote
Interview by Marie Villeneuve

June 2020

CORPORATE KNIGHTS
Bridge-builder in the oil patch
By Shawn McCarthy

GLOBAL NEWS
The New Reality: Will COVID-19 help flatten the curve on climate change?
By Jeff Semple

FORBES
Canada’s Clean Energy Sector Can Help Drive Economic Recovery From COVID-19
By Ankit Mishra

CALGARY HERALD
Varcoe: Smaller companies are biggest winners in oilfield cleanup bonanza
By Chris Varcoe

EDMONTON JOURNAL
Oilsands projects approved by AER would no longer need final stamp from government under new red tape reduction legislation
By Ashley Joannou

TORONTO STAR
Environmental advocates say going green could help boost Canada’s COVID recovery
By Alex Ballingall

CANADIAN PRESS
Alberta introduces bill to put deadlines on energy project approvals
By Dean Bennett

THE NARWHAL
Ottawa is paying to clean up Alberta’s inactive wells. Are the oilsands next?
By Sharon Riley

CANADIAN PRESS
First Nations, environmentalists ask for restart of oilpatch monitoring
By Bob Weber

CANADIAN PRESS
Feds relaxing new fuel standards in short term, but will be tougher by 2030
By Mia Rabson

ENERGI.MEDIA
Alberta’s Emerging Economy: A blueprint for job creation through 2030 - Pembina Institute
By Markham Hislop

May 2020

THE TYEE
What Kind of Recovery Economy Is BC Planning to Build?
By Andrew MacLeod

THE NARWHAL
How federal funding can address the root causes of Alberta’s inactive well problem
By Sharon Riley

BC BUSINESS
Can we build a greener, more livable future for B.C.? Dreams, meet reality
By Steve Burgess

April 2020

BLOOMBERG NEWS
Canada Starts Doling Out Millions in Oil Well Cleanup Money
By James Munson

CALGARY HERALD
Varcoe: Alberta finally cleaning up wells, but it took a job meltdown to do it
By Chris Varcoe

THE NARWHAL
8 environmental responsibilities Alberta’s oil and gas companies can skip because of coronavirus
By Sharon J. Riley

BUSINESS IN VANCOUVER
Liberals eye subsidies for oil and gas, tourism and air travel sectors
By Graeme Wood

GEORGIA STRAIGHT
Sustainability experts pick their favourite green buildings in Vancouver
By Calito Pablo

THE HILL TIMES
Pandemic forces feds to hit pause on climate legislation; environmentalists sanguine about net-zero pledge
By Beatrice Paez and Palak Mangat

NWT NEWS
NWT getting off diesel should be treated as an emergency, study says
By Nick Pearce

BLOOMBERG NEWS
Trudeau’s Dead-Well Cleanup Funds Said to Mandate Tougher Rules
By Kait Bolongaro and Kevin Orland

March 2020

CBC EDMONTON
Loans won't solve the custody battle over Alberta's orphan wells, landowner says
By Wallis Snowdon

CANADIAN PRESS
Few approved oilsands projects stand to be built in near term: analysts
By Dan Healing

TORONTO STAR
If Teck offered lessons, it’s not clear Alberta is learning them
By Alex Boyd

NATIONAL OBSERVER
What killed Teck's Frontier mine?
By Ainslie Cruickshank

POLITICO PRO
Those 20 other oil-sands projects you keep hearing about? We looked them up (subscription required)
By Maura Forrest

CBC CALGARY
Oilpatch to pitch in more for orphan well cleanup
By Tony Seskus

ICI ALBERTA
L'Alberta mise sur le nettoyage des puits orphelins pour créer des emplois
By Radio-Canada

February 2020

FINANCIAL TIMES
Death of Frontier oil sands project highlights Canada dilemma
By Derek Brower

CANADIAN PRESS
Emission-cutting targets a trend with benefits for oil sands firms, observers say
By Dan Healing

RADIO CANADA ICI ALBERTA
Le Canada doit changer d’approche avec l’industrie pétrolière, selon l'Institut Pembina
By Charlotte Dumoulin

CBC NEWS
Oilsands on 'collision course' with Canada's climate goals, global market changes: report
By Robson Fletcher

GLOBE AND MAIL
Canada’s climate commitments face daunting challenge in Alberta oil sands, warns new report
By Justin Giovannetti

GLOBE AND MAIL
Federal numbers dispute Kenney’s oil sands emissions projections
By Justin Giovannetti, Marieke Walsh

CBC NEWS
Can a massive new oilsands mine be reconciled with Trudeau's 'net-zero' promise?
By Andrew Wherry

BLOOMBERG NEWS
Seven Generations lands first supply deal under Quebec certification program
By Kevin Orland

CBC EDMONTON
Environmental groups not interviewed for Alberta energy inquiry interim report
By Michelle Bellefontaine

FINANCIAL POST
Teck joins the push toward net-zero emissions, but it's unclear how it will get there
By Gabriel Friedman

January 2020

NATIONAL OBSERVER
Is a clean energy reckoning drawing nearer for the oilpatch?
By Emma McIntosh

CBC NEWS
Alberta's looming multibillion-dollar orphan wells problem prompts auditor general probe
By Inayat Singh

ENERGI.MEDIA
50 years of oil sands tailings ponds and still plenty of big challenges ahead
By Markham Hislop

CANADIAN PRESS
Calgary-based oilsands producer Cenovus aims for ‘net zero’ GHG emissions by 2050
By Dan Healing

CALGARY HERALD
Varcoe: Cenovus embraces net-zero emissions goal as carbon becomes competitive yardstick
By Chris Varcoe

CALGARY HERALD
Varcoe: UCP set to overhaul oilpatch liability rules for oil and gas wells
By Chris Varcoe

TORONTO STAR
Wildfires draw attention to Australia's climate policies
By Alex Ballingall

December 2019

NATIONAL OBSERVER
COP25 derailed as polluters prioritized over people and planet
By Climate Action Network Canada

CBC NEWS
Kenney's claim carbon tax damaged Alberta economy is refuted in court documents
By Charles Rusnell and Jennie Russell

CBC NEWS
Kenney government praises Pembina Institute, alleged energy industry enemy, in court documents
By Charles Rusnell and Jennie Russell

NATIONAL POST
Liberals in dilemma over carbon taxes, greenhouse gas emissions and a $20B mine in Alberta
By Jesse Snyder

EDMONTON JOURNAL
Federal government signs off on Alberta's industrial carbon price
By Lisa Johnson

GLOBE AND MAIL
Ottawa green-lights New Brunswick’s carbon tax, but it will be offset by gas-tax cut
By Patrick Brethour

CANADIAN PRESS
Ottawa accepts New Brunswick’s carbon-tax proposal
By Mia Rabson

CALGARY HERALD
Canada needs LNG — and recognition it will lower global emissions
By Chris Varcoe

TIMES COLONIST
Online shopping takes a toll on the environment, and us
By Monique Keiran

EDMONTON JOURNAL
Kenney pushing Ottawa for methane regulation equivalency - but which is better?
By Janet French

RADIO CANADA ICI ALBERTA
Industrie pétrolière : le centre stratégique de Jason Kenney est lancé
By Charlotte Dumoulin

GLOBE AND MAIL
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney launches ‘energy war room’ to take on oil critics
By Emma Graney

CALGARY JOURNAL (MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY)
A diversified economy: How one engineer is showing people a new perspective on renewable energy sources
By Jazmine Canfield

CBC RADIO: ALBERTA @ NOON
What should be done about abandoned oil and gas wells in Alberta - and who should pay for the cleanup?
Interview by Judy Aldous

VANCOUVER SUN
B.C. and Alberta find common ground on international LNG credits
By Rob Shaw

November 2019

CBC ALBERTA@NOON
Climate change and hypocrisy
Interview by Judy Aldous

GLOBE AND MAIL
Editorial: On carbon taxes, Jason Kenney and Justin Trudeau are not as far apart as they’d like you to think

TELEGRAPH JOURNAL
Think-tank warns feds will reject Higgs’ carbon tax plan
By Adam Huras

FINANCIAL POST
Alberta's carbon tax on heavy emitters could be next bargaining chip in heated battle with Trudeau
By Jesse Snyder

STAR CALGARY
Kenney says Alberta has reduced oilsands emissions, but oil-related pollution is actually increasing. Here’s why
By Brennan Doherty

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Environment groups say climate change should dominate cabinet choices
By Mia Rabson

CBC CALGARY
In defense of climate change 'hypocrisy'
By Brooks DeCillia

RADIO NL
Pembina Institute hoping BC government sets sector by sector targets for emission reductions soon
By Brett Mineer

CBC CALGARY
Alberta environment ministry slashed by nine per cent as part of budget
By Hannah Kost

TORONTO STAR
Kenney doesn’t stand against all carbon pricing. But his hypocrisy is still worrisome
By Star Editorial Board

FINANCIAL POST
Here's why the most efficient oilsands companies will pay more under Alberta's new carbon tax
By Geoffrey Morgan

October 2019

CTV NEWS
Episode segment (11:30): Alberta Primetime for Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Interview by Chelan Skulski

THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT
Little-used heat pumps ideally suited for Metro Vancouver climate and help reduce emissions
By Carlito Pablo

CBC
Harmful air pollution 'definitely too high for the public' near city roads, study suggests
By Emily Chung

ICI RADIO CANADA (LA CROISÉE)
How Alberta will keep its $30-per-tonne carbon tax but make it easier for some big emitters to avoid paying
By François Joly

CBC
How Alberta will keep its $30-per-tonne carbon tax but make it easier for some big emitters to avoid paying
By Robson Fletcher

CANADIAN PRESS
B.C. climate plan improves target details, transparency, says minister

CBC
Could selling renewable energy be Alberta's next big thing?
By Pamela Fieber

CALGARY HERALD
Renewables marketplace looking to take off in Alberta
By Amanda Stephenson

TORONTO STAR
Election platforms promise plenty for current, and future, transit users
By Ben Spurr

CNN
Canada voted for the planet
By Stephen Collinson

CLIMATE HOME NEWS
Justin Trudeau's narrow victory lays path for net zero
By Chloe Farand

THE TYEE
Alberta created a Way to Help Fossil Fuel Workers. Kenney is Wrecking It
By Jeff Dembicki

MACLEAN'S
Scrubbing the oil sands' record
By Jason Markusoff

RCI INTERNATIONAL
Some western business leaders urge strong climate action
By Lynn Desjardins

CANADIAN PRESS
'Some baloney' found in Trudeau's claims on climate-change progress
By Joanna Smith

HUFFINGTON POST
Canada Election 2019: Compare the Parties on Climate Change
By Emma Pailing

OTTAWA CITIZEN
Global efforts to stop climate change are too little too late, Calgary report concludes
By Tyler Dawson

ICI RADIO CANADA
Lutte aux changements climatiques : le plan libéral sous la loupe de François Joly
By François Joly

RAD (ICI RADIO CANADA)
Que faire de tout le pétrole canadien?
By Olivier Arbour-Masse

September 2019

GLOBE AND MAIL
Trump’s move to block California’s vehicle-emission standards creates uncertainty for auto industry
By Tamsin McMahon

CANADIAN PRESS
Alberta ending separate offices for climate change, environmental monitoring
By Bob Weber

CBC
Methane rules for oil and gas sector spark innovation around measurement
By Susan Noakes

ENERGI.MEDIA
Part 1 - Is Alberta oil the most ethical, the most responsibly produced in the world?
By Markham Hislop

RABBLE.CA
'How dare you!' Greta Thunberg castigates world leaders over climate inaction
By Duncan Cameron

BUSINESS IN VANCOUVER
Trudeau government to help B.C. electrify Peace gas sector
By Emma Crawford Hampel and Nelson Bennett

CALGARY HERALD
Sunrise for Alberta's solar industry: Economics of commercial-scale projects increasingly make sense
By Amanda Stephenson

CBC
What the debate between climate change and economy means for Canada's oilpatch
By Allison Dempster and Erin Collins

CALGARY HERALD
Varcoe: Province set to review growing oilpatch liability issues
By Chris Varcoe

VANCOUVER SUN
B.C. carbon pollution rises 1.2 per cent in most recent report
By Rob Shaw

August 2019

CANADALAND: CRUDE PODCAST
CRUDE #9: Tar Teck: The Final Frontier
By Arshy Mann

GREEN SPACE
Forty B.C. businesses step up
By Nelson Bennett

DAILY HIVE VANCOUVER
After promising start CleanBC still far from finish line
By Karen Tam Wu

EDMONTON JOURNAL
Opinion: TMX debate distracts us from the big picture
By Simon Dyer

ON THE COAST (CBC RADIO VANCOUVER)
Karen Tam Wu on why B.C. needs a clean energy plan
Interview by Gloria Macarenko

July 2019

YUKON NEWS
Yukon gets top marks in clean energy report
By Joshua Azizi

FINANCIAL POST
Innovation Energy: How Calgary became an unlikely location for a creative solar solution
By Geoffrey Morgan

July 2019

FINANCIAL POST
Innovation Energy: Canada leads the way in carbon capture as more governments put a price on CO2
By Gabriel Friedman

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Capturing carbon and conservatives’ climate-change hopes
By Justin Giovannetti

MACLEAN'S
The rise of Alberta’s unapologetic petro-patriots
By Jason Markusoff

BURNABY NOW
Burnaby businesses urge climate action from province
By Dustin Godfrey

CBC NEWS
'Clean' natural gas is actually the new coal, report says: Don Pittis
By Don Pittis

STARMETRO VANCOUVER
Energy experts debate whether B.C.'s LNG leadership is embracing 'reality' or a mad dash to a hotter planet
By Melanie Green

THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT
Lower Mainland strata councils join the fight against climate change
By Carlito Pablo

THE NARWHAL
Woodfibre LNG receives key permit from B.C. government
By Sarah Cox

NATIONAL POST
Andrew Scheer promises to scrap Liberals' clean fuel standard, dubbing it a 'secret tax'
By Maura Forrest

June 2019

STARMETRO VANCOUVER
Time to take 'bold climate action,' B.C. businesses tell premier
By Jenny Peng

BUSINESS IN VANCOUVER
CleanBC plan gets green thumbs-up from business group
By Nelson Bennett

NEWS 1130
Businesses band together for a cleaner economy
By Simon Druker

PRAIRIE POST
2019 Southern Alberta Energy Forum goes over well
By Heather Cameron

THE NARWHAL
15-minute approvals: Alberta plans to automate licenses for new oil and gas drilling
By Sharon Riley

May 2019

THE NARWHAL
Meet Alberta's most vilified environmentalist
By Sharon Riley

CTV NEWS
Alberta environmentalist groups say they're not scared of Kenney's 'war room'
By Bob Weber

THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT
Trailblazers 2019: Pembina Institute's Karen Tam Wu pushes Vancouver to reduce carbon emissions from buildings
By Carlito Pablo

NATIONAL NEWSWATCH
The future of the electric utility in Canada's remote communities
By Dylan Heerema

THE WESTERN PRODUCER
Rewewable sector on hold in Alberta
By Barb Glen

STAR CALGARY
Here's how Alberta's new environment minister plans to balance industry with conservation
By Emma McIntosh

ENERGI.MEDIA
Debunked: Vivian Krause's Tar Sands Campaign conspiracy narrative
By Markham Hislop

CBC NEWS
New pilot project aims to detoxify oilsands waste water for safe return to Athabasca River
By Lucie Edwardson

TORONTO STAR
Ottawa offers Alberta a deal on oilsands emissions
By Alex Ballingall

CANADIAN PRESS
Environmentalists welcome Sask. carbon ruling that affirms federal climate role
By Bob Weber

April 2019

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Don’t believe a carbon tax can effect huge change? Just ask British Columbia
Op-ed by Jill Tipping and Maximilian Kniewasser

CBC RADIO - DAY 6
Jason Kenney says he will revive Alberta's oil sector – but can he deliver in the age of climate change?
Interview by Brent Bambury

CBC CALGARY
Senate roadshow stops in Alberta's oilpatch for feedback on impact-assessment bill
By Tony Seskus

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Alberta election could dramatically reshape province’s approach to climate change
By Jeff Lewis

THE STAR
Lessons from B.C. and Alberta as four holdout provinces adjust to carbon tax
By Omar Mosleh (Star Edmonton) and Ainslie Cruickshank (Star Vancouver)

CBC ON THE COAST
A voter's guide to climate change and the federal election
Interview by Gloria Macarenko

BC BUSINESS
Opinion: Climate action makes good business sense
By Tamara Vrooman, Aaron Sutherland & Karen Tam Wu

CANADIAN PRESS
Ottawa considers approval of BC methane rules called 'weak' in report
By Bob Weber

March 2019

JOURNAL OF COMMERCE
Canadian municipalities to get energy efficiency retrofits
By JOC News Service

MY PRINCE GEORGE NOW
Is B.C.'s support of LNG counter to its climate strategy?
By Sawyer Bogdan

THE RYAN JESPERSEN SHOW
New tool allows you to see effect of policies on Alberta's carbon pollution
By Global News, 630 CHED

EDMONTON JOURNAL
Look for energy-industry solutions, not scapegoats
Op-ed by Simon Dyer

GLOBE AND MAIL
Alberta project shows energy industry, environmentalists have more in common than expected on climate change
By Bob Weber

EDMONTON JOURNAL
Cracking open the carbon tax: A look at where the money has been spent
By Emma Graney and Janet French

IN YOUR AREA (PODCAST)
Going Green in 2019
By Jennifer Lucas, Julia-Maria Becker and Saeed Kaddoura

ECOLOG
Environmental groups urge feds to find inspiration in CleanBC
By Mark Sabourin

NATIONAL NEWSWATCH
How B.C. can power the clean future
By Maximilian Kniewasser and Brianne Riehl

February 2019

THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT
NDP receives mixed but mostly positive reviews for a B.C. budget that holds steady
By Travis Lupick

LABRADORIAN
Federal government announces off diesel initiative for remote Indigenous communities
By Evan Careen

CANADIAN PRESS
Feds announce $20 million to reduce diesel use in remote Indigenous communities
By Hina Alam

GLOBE AND MAIL
Redwater decision is progress, but environmental liabilities run deep
By Simon Dyer, Christopher Ragan and Blake Shaffer

GEORGIA STRAIGHT
Climate investment: Vancouver renews grant for passive house training at BCIT
By Carlito Pablo

CLEAN TECH CANADA
Remote communities meet renewable energy solutions
By Dave Lovekin and Dylan Heerema

January 2019

TORONTO STAR
Conservatives attack carbon price for big polluters as 'separate deal for special interests'
By Alex Ballingall

GLOBAL NEWS
Cleaning up Alberta's oilpatch could cost $260 billion, internal documents warn
By Mike De Souza, National Observer, Carolyn Jarvis, Global News, Emma McIntosh and David Bruser, Toronto Star

DAILY COMMERCIAL NEWS
Pembina Institute outlines potential repercussions of Bill 66
By Angela Gismondi

STARMETRO VANCOUVER
B.C.'s new rules to cut potent methane emissions 'fall short,' environmental group says
By Ainslie Cruickshank

ENERGETICCITY
OGC introduces regulations to reduce methane in B.C. Oil and Gas industry
By Adam Reaburn

ECOLOG
New methane standards a step in the right direction for BC
By Mark Sabourin

RADIO NL
Interview with Maximillian Kniewasser on methane pollution
By Brett Mineer

THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT
After NDP wins Nanaimo by-election, environmentalists want B.C. government's focus on reducing carbon emissions
By Travis Lupick

December 2018

THE GUARDIAN
How to make a carbon tax popular? Give the proceeds to the people
By Leyland Cecco

GLOBAL NEWS
B.C. climate plan targets cleaner industry and transportation to hit emission targets
By Richard Zussman

STARMETRO VANCOUVER
B.C. climate plan will feature carbon tax breaks for green industry leaders
By David P. Ball and Ainslie Cruickshank

THE CANADIAN PRESS
B.C. government investing $1.1-billion over decade in safe, energy efficient social housing

November 2018

GLOBAL NEWS CALGARY
Getting through the winter without a furnace? Calgary developer says it can be done
By Gil Tucker

CBC NEWS
Boost funding for 'strong transit system,' advocates tell Ford government
By Lauren Pelley

TORONTO STAR
Conservatives attack carbon price for big polluters as 'separate deal for special interests'
By Alex Ballingall

GLOBAL NEWS
Cleaning up Alberta's oilpatch could cost $260 billion, internal documents warn
By Mike De Souza, Carolyn Jarvis, Emma McIntosh and David Bruser

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
The electrification of B.C.: How a 2030 deadline is tipping the balance of power
By Justine Hunter

CBC NEWS - THE NATIONAL
How some online shopping habits are terrible for the environment

CHATELAINE
Everything you need to know about a carbon tax – and how it would work in Canada
By Rachel Chen

October 2018

CBC RADIO ONE (THE CURRENT)
$40B natural gas investment could be undermined by China, warns environmentalist
Interview by Anna Maria Tremonti

BNN BLOOMBERG (COMMODITIES)
Environmentalists concerned about LNG Canada emissions' impact
Interview by Andrew Bell

VANCOUVER SUN
B.C.'s greenhouse gas commitments in question with LNG Canada project approval
By Matt Robinson and Rob Shaw

THE NARWHAL
LNG Canada project called a 'tax giveaway' as B.C. approves massive subsidies
By Sarah Cox

CBC CALGARY
Condo board unplugs Calgary couple's electric car, sparking feud over fees
By CBC Calgary

REUTERS
Shell gas project in Canada gets greener amid LNG climate worry
By Julie Gordon

BUSINESS NEWS NETWORK BLOOMBERG
Ottawa announces carbon tax rebates
Interview by Andrew Bell

CANADIAN PRESS
QuickQuotes: reaction to Ottawa's carbon rebate plan announced Tuesday

September 2018

CANADIAN PRESS
Canadian oilpatch rules could cut global emissions, study concludes
By The Canadian Press

CHATELAINE
Feeling Hopeless About Climate Change? Here Are 5 Things You Can Do To Help Now
By Rachel Chen

VERNON MORNING STAR
Strong B.C. clean growth plan needed to protect climate
By Karen Tam Wu

NATIONAL NEWSWATCH
Canadian oilpatch rules could cut global emissions, study concludes
By Karen Tam Wu

KELOWNA CAPITAL NEWS
Building B.C.'s clean economy starts at home
By Karen Tam Wu

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Now it's the BC NDP's turn to square the circle on LNG and greenhouse-gas emissions
By Justine Hunter

THE NARWHAL
B.C.'s climate action must address three elephants in the room
By Jens Wieting

CTV NEWS
Alberta's annual climate summit kicks off at BMO Centre
By Colleen Schmidt

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
B.C.'s climate targets will be impossible to reach if LNG Canada project goes ahead, critics say
By Brent Jang

THE HILL TIMES
Stakeholders divided on need for renewable targets in new clean fuel standard
By Neil Moss

CBC
Bitcoin mining uses so much electricity that 1 city could curtail facility's power during heat waves
By Kyle Bakx

CBC
Alberta scientists will be protected from 'those who would seek to undermine them'
By Drew Anderson

CBC
Alberta to fund green upgrades for non-profits
By Sarah Rieger

August 2018

FINANCIAL POST
New carbon tax subsidy rates divide Canadian industries as Ottawa reduces burden
By Geoffrey Morgan and Jesse Snyder

GREEN TECH MEDIA
Inside Ontario's Clean Energy Contract Cancellations
By Emma Foehringer Merchant

CANADIAN PRESS
New oilsands seismic exploration tech leaves forest intact, to the relief of the caribou
By Dan Healing

BLOOMBERG
Ottawa eases carbon tax thresholds to help Canada's big industries compete
By Greg Quinn

TORONTO STAR
Ottawa downplays carbon price plan that gives more tax relief to heavy polluters
By Alex Ballingall

GLOBE AND MAIL
Green shift to green slump: How trade decisions and electoral politics are crippling the vision of a clean Canadian power play
By Shawn McCarthy

LONDON FREE PRESS
Backyards, not major projects, seen as region's green energy future
By Jennifer Bieman

CALGARY HERALD
One-stop software tool for oilpatch to cut approval time, costs: NDP
By James Wood

VERNON MORNING STAR
Letter: Strong B.C. clean growth plan needed to protect climate
By Karen Tam Wu

THE TYEE
BC's Timid Climate Plans, and 12 Steps That Could Save Us
By Guy Dauncey

CBC
Alberta, oilpatch begin public fight with federal government over new fuel regulation
By Kyle Bakx

July 2018

CANADIAN PRESS
Alberta's energy regulator ignoring own rules on tailings ponds: critics
By Bob Weber

CBC CALGARY
Tougher methane reduction measures in Alberta sought by environmental groups
By CBC News

CBC NEWS
PEI's 'fighting for Islanders' against federal carbon tax, says environment minister
By Kerry Campbell

BBC NEWS
How dangerous are Toronto streets for the city's cyclists?
By Jessica Murphy

VANCOUVER SUN
B.C. can lead next wave of Canadian climate action
Op-ed by Karen Tam Wu

June 2018

FORT MCMURRAY TODAY
Local projects win environmental awards
By Vincent McDermott

THE NARWHAL
Alberta approves two more oilsands tailings ponds that don't follow provincial rules
By James Wilt

CBC NEWS
Doug Ford's environmental policies light on details, advocates say
By Meagan Fitzpatrick

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Alberta methane regulations fall short of target, environmental coalition says
By Shawn McCarthy

May 2018

VANCOUVER SUN
B.C. gives itself more time to hit more aggressive pollution targets
By Rob Shaw

GLOBAL NEWS
B.C. government misses climate targets due to previous government ‘stalling’
By Richard Zussman

April 2018

NATIONAL OBSERVER
Canada's math may overlook carbon pollution from biofuels
By Carl Meyer

INSIDE CLIMATE NEWS
Canada Sets Methane Reduction Targets for Oil and Gas, but Alberta Has Its Own Plans
By Sabrina Shankman

STARMETRO EDMONTON
Alberta, Ottawa and industry at odds over how to regulate methane emissions
By Hamdi Issawi

PROUD GREEN BUILDING
Infographic: Net zero or zero carbon? Green buildings explained

JWN ENERGY
Colorado, California and Mexico take top honours for efforts to reduce methane emissions
By JWN Staff

THE SUN
Letters to the Editor: Pricing Pollution
By Karen Tam Wu

RENEW CANADA
The future of clean transportation
By ReNew Canada

THE NARWHAL
Canada Moving to Exempt Majority of New Oilsands Projects From Federal Assessments
By James Wilt

March 2018

SEATTLE DAILY JOURNAL OF COMMERCE
Cheap solar energy won't end the need for deep-green buildings
By Zack Semke

FINANCIAL POST
Despite Alberta's warnings, oil majors Shell and BP are falling in love with carbon capture technology all over again
By Geoffrey Morgan

ECOWATCH
Renewable Communities Produce Energy, Jobs and Hope
By David Suzuki

THE NARWHAL
Canada’s Commitment of $220 Million to Transition Remote Communities Off Diesel a Mere ‘Drop in the Bucket’
By James Wilt

February 2018

GEORGIA STRAIGHT
Shell forecasts LNG shortage, raising potential that $40-billion B.C. project will proceed
By Charlie Smith

BROOKS BULLETIN
Securing prosperity entails pricing carbon pollution
By Maximilian Kniewasser

THE NARWHAL
Alberta’s Leading the Pack With Cheap Wind Power and There’s Way More to Come
By Gillian Steward

CANADIAN PRESS
Liberals lay down new rules to end use of coal, natural-gas power plants
By Jordan Press

THE NARWHAL
Canada Is Replacing Coal With Natural Gas — And That’s A Huge Problem
By James Wilt

HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Climate and economics
By Maximilian Kniewasser

HUFFINGTON POST
6 Ways B.C. Can Defend The Climate And Economy In 2018
By Karen Tam Wu

BLOOMBERG
Ottawa to roll out new review rules on pipeline projects
By Josh Wingrove

CBC NEWS
Alberta's natural ecosystems shrinking faster than Amazon rainforest: report
By Bob Weber

January 2018

DESMOG CANADA
B.C.’s Fugitive Gas Pains: Report Calls for Crackdown on Biggest Polluters
By Judith Lavoie

GLOBAL NEWS
Alberta losing $21M a year in royalties from wasted natural gas: report
By Alyssa Julie

THE TYEE
How BC Can Get Back on Track to Reduce Carbon Emissions
By Alyssa Julie

POLICY OPTIONS
Three take-aways from the new Clean Fuel Standard
By Bora Plumptre

GLOBE AND MAIL
John Horgan aims to settle tensions with BC Greens over LNG concerns
By Justine Hunter

BLOOMBERG
340 Billion Gallons of Sludge Spur Environmental Fears in Canada
By Kevin Orland

CBC
Ottawa's new carbon pricing plan will reward clean companies
By Margo McDiarmid

ALBERTA PRIMETIME
Alberta’s responsibility in climate change,
interview with Pembina Institute's Simon Dyer

Interview by Shawna Randolph

December 2017

THE TORONTO STAR
The year Catherine McKenna must herd the cats for a national climate plan
By Tim Harper

CALGARY HERALD
Alberta nabs cheap renewable power price, but faces $10-million annual subsidy
By Chris Varcoe

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Environmentalists criticize Alberta plan to help endangered woodland caribou
By Colette Derworiz

BLOOMBERG
Canada’s Oil Capital Is Making the Leap Toward Renewable Energy
By Kevin Orland

CANADIAN PRESS
Alberta backs three companies to build four wind power projects in auction
By Dan Healing

NATIONAL OBSERVER
World Bank won't back oil and gas projects after 2019
By Clothilde Goujard

CANADIAN PRESS
2018 needs to be year feds put flesh on bones of climate change framework

NATIONAL OBSERVER
Environment Canada touts 'good progress' on climate after scathing audit
By Elizabeth McSheffrey

November 2017

VANCOUVER SUN
Horgan calls experts to offer cabinet insight on Site C
By Vaughn Palmer

NATIONAL OBSERVER
Trump didn't blow up the climate summit. What did happen in Bonn?
By Mike De Souza

OTTAWA CITIZEN
Anti-coal group gets fired up - but without the big culprits
By Geoffrey Morgan

CANADIAN PRESS
Ambitious Canadian coal plan vulnerable to provincial 'slippage,' critics say
By Michael MacDonald

GEORGIA STRAIGHT
Pembina Institute's Glen Murray says carbon calculator can help shrink your footprint
By Charlie Smith

FINANCIAL POST
Alberta delays draft methane proposals as industry, stakeholders struggle to hammer out deal
By Jesse Snyder

THE TORONTO STAR
Environment Minister touts coal phase-out ahead of climate talks in Germany
By Alex Ballingall

REMI NETWORK
Building energy benchmarking pays off
By Dylan Heerema

DESMOG CANADA
The Best Canadian Climate Policy You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
By James Wilt

iPOLITICS
The oilsands sector's toxic liquid legacy
By Jodi McNeill

CBC NEWS
'It takes forever': Another delay hits proposed Fort McMurray oilsands mine
By David Thurton

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Federal government welcomes Manitoba’s carbon-tax plan, with a warning
By Shawn McCarthy

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Manitoba sets carbon tax at $25 a tonne as Trudeau warns feds will impose price
By Steve Lambert

THE TIMES COLONIST
Climate action is B.C.’s clean-growth opportunity
By Karen Tam Wu

October 2017

THE EDMONTON JOURNAL
Opinion: Methane management key to energy future
By Simon Dyer

METRO NEWS
Report calls for more cargo bikes, fewer delivery vans on Toronto streets
By Gilbert Ngabo

CBC EARLY EDITION
The importance of municipal climate action interview with Karen Tam Wu [RADIO]
Hosted by Rick Cluff

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Shell looks beyond worries about LNG glut, sees strong global demand
By Toby Melville

THE VANCOUVER SUN
Letters: Immigration policy fuels unsustainable demands
By Dylan Heerema

THE TYEE
What to Do with Our Remaining Natural Gas
By Christopher Pollon

CBC NEWS
The oilsands at 50: Will they still be producing in 100 years?
By Tracy Johnson

CBC NEWS
​Discounts coming to 600 Alberta stores for block heaters, LED lights and programmable thermostats

ST. ALBERT GAZETTE
Environment File: Eco-rebates and eco-grants return
By Kevin Ma

CBC
Thursday, September 28, interview with Simon Dyer [RADIO]
By Alberta at Noon

September 2017

THE AGENDA WITH STEVE PAIKIN [VIDEO]
Turning Over a New Leaf - An Interview with Pembina Institute Executive Director Glen Murray
By Steve Paikin

CALGARY HERALD
​Big trucks, dead ducks put Alberta's oilsands under environmental scrutiny
By Gordon Kent

CALGARY HERALD
When the oilsands hit pay dirt
By Chris Varcoe

CBC
​Ottawa Morning - Climate Week interview with Erin Flanagan (RADIO)

THE NATIONAL OBSERVER
​Justin Trudeau and Theresa May form alliance on climate battlefield
By Carl Meyer

TIMES COLONIST
Next steps for Paris agreement on tap for international meeting in Montreal
By Mia Rabson

EDMONTON JOURNAL
Tailings ponds just as deadly to birds under NDP government as they were under PCs
By Graham Thompson

JWN
​Pembina Institute plans to continue 'tough but fair' mandate with former Ontario environment minister at the helm
By Deborah Jaremko

OSOYOOS TIMES
​Extreme weather is focus as OBWB hears about mitigating climate change

GLOBAL NEWS
Be prepared to weather more weather extremes in the Okanagan
By Doris Maria Bregolisse

VANCOUVER SUN
Opinion: Building-energy benchmarking can save money
By Dylan Heerema and Akua Schatz

JWN
​Finding the oilsands sweet spot between environment and economics: This week’s best quotes
By Deborah Jaremko

 

August 2017

NATIONAL NEWSWATCH
Future of green homes and buildings in British Columbia is bright
By Dylan Heerema

RADIO ROUNDHOUSE 98.3
Pembina Institute says reducing pollution from existing buildings is “essential” to meeting climate goals in Canada
By Sean Bideshi

JWN
Nelson, BC opens ​Canada's first solar garden
By JWN staff

DESMOG CANADA
What's Up with LNG in B.C.? Three Things You Need to Know
By Maximilian Kniewasser and Stephen Hui

CANADIAN PRESS
Resale homes should carry energy use label by 2019: environmental groups
By Mia Rabson

THE HUFFINGTON POST
NAFTA Renegotiation Is A Stark Reminder That States And Cities Must Protect Against Climate Disaster
By Sam Adams, Gwynne Taraska and Erin Flanagan

CANADIAN PRESS
Leaked U.S. climate change report should be replicated in Canada: Institute
By Mia Rabson

CALGARY HERALD
Pembina: Reality check: We can't turn back time on Alberta's climate policy
By Sara Hastings-Simon and Simon Dyer

EDMONTON JOURNAL
Opinion: Passing the climate torch
By Ed Whittingham

GLOBE AND MAIL
Environment Minister Glen Murray resigns from Kathleen Wynne’s cabinet
By Shawn McCarthy and Justin Giovannetti

NATIONAL OBSERVER
Ontario Minister Glen Murray quits politics for dream job
By Elizabeth McSheffrey

630 CHED
Ontario Environment Minister takes the helm at Pembina Institute interview with Glen Murray (RADIO)
Interview by Ryan Jespersen

CBC POWER AND POLITICS
Ontario Environment and Climate Change Minister Glen Murray is leaving politics to take on a role at a major environmental think tank
Interview with Terry Milewski

TVO
Glen Murray was one of a kind (and that’s mostly a compliment)
By Steve Paikin

July 2017

WESTERN INVESTOR
B.C. LNG project scrapped due to ‘changes in market conditions’
By Tanya Commisso

NEWSTALK 770
Potential for renewables interview with Pembina's Sara-Hastings Simon (RADIO)
Interview by Danielle Smith

CFAX 1070
Death of Petronas LNG project good for clean energy interview with Pembina's Karen Tam Wu (RADIO)
Interview by Sandy Hill

TIMES COLONIST
Letter to the Editor: Cabinet must act quickly to spark clean growth
By Karen Tam Wu

VANCOUVER SUN
Environmentalists rejoice as George Heyman becomes minister of environment and climate change
By Larry Pynn

THE LONDON FREE PRESS
Siemens Canada: Industry reacts to the shuttering of a 340-job Tillsonburg plant that made blades for wind turbines
By Jennifer Bieman

CBC NEWS
Proposed LNG project would emit 360 million metric tonnes of CO2, expert warns
By Yvette Brend

CBC NEWS
Alberta is greenest it's ever been under the NDP and that will be tough to undo
By Kyle Bakx and Tracy Johnson

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
G20 to focus on climate change despite Trump’s resistance
By Shawn McCarthy

BUSINESS IN VANCOUVER
Moving the country’s freight sector to greener pastures
By Nelson Bennett

June 2017

THE EDMONTON JOURNAL
Opinion: Instead of denial, coal communities must look forward
By Binnu Jeyakumar

DESMOG CANADA
No Sure Plans, Funding for $51 Billion Cleanup and Rehabilitation of Oilsands Tailings Ponds
By James Wilt

THE ENERGY MIX
Largely unchecked freight emissions could imperil Canada's Paris committment

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Jagmeet Singh takes stance against Kinder Morgan, Energy East pipelines in new climate plan
By Kristy Kirkup

CALGARY HERALD
Carrots and sticks needed to cap Alberta's oilsands emissions
By Chris Varcoe

NATIONAL POST
Freight emissions could be roadblock for Paris accord targets
By Alicja Siekierska

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Heavy-duty freight emissions can be managed without crushing economy
By Mia Rabson

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Trudeau must hold the line on Canada’s new methane rules
By Ed Whittingham and Diane Regas

CBC NEWS
Trump's decision on the Paris accord and what it means for the oilpatch
By Tracy Johnson

JWN ENERGY
​Here’s what Pembina doesn’t like about solvents in the oilsands
By Deborah Jaremko

CLEANTECH CANADA
B.C. at risk of being left behind as global economy cleans up its act
By Josha MacNab

May 2017

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
New rules aim to cut methane emissions in Canada’s oil, gas sector
By Kelly Cryderman

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Alberta Energy Regulator to reconsider Suncor tailings ponds cleanup plan
By Lauren Krugel

RADIO CANADA INTERNATIONAL
Draft rules would oblige petroleum industry to cut methane, interview with Duncan Kenyon
By Lynn Desjardins

METRO NEWS
Report urges B.C. to support clean tech
By Matt Kieltyka

RESILIENCE.ORG

The Case for Phasing out Alberta’s Tar Sands
By Gordon Laxer

TIMES COLONIST
Next government must take lead on clean growth
By Josha MacNab

METRO NEWS
Toronto rivers and surrounding ravines become part of Greenbelt
By May Warren

CANADIAN PRESS
Alberta aims to speed up orphan well clean up with $235-million loan
By Lauren Krugel

CANADIAN PRESS
Federal government's methane emission reduction plan raises industry concerns
By Dan Healing

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
BC Green Leader would be well-advised to tread cautiously
By Gary Mason

GRIST
We’ve reached the end of the U.S.-Canada climate bromance
By Katie Valentine

THE GLOBE AND MAIL
B.C. resource projects face uncertainty after election
By Brent Jang and Shawn McCarthy

VANCOUVER SUN
Opinion: Vancouver's rezoning policy cuts carbon and costs
By Matt Horne

April 2017

DESMOG CANADA
It’s Still Unclear How Alberta’s Tailings Will Be Cleaned Up Or Who Will Pay For It
By James Wilt

THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT
Energy efficiency can yield tidy financial returns to Vancouver homeowners
By Carlito Pablo

TREEHUGGER
Energy efficiency is about more than just saving money
By Lloyd Alter

THE TYEE
Fact Check: Is LNG Really Drinkable in Water?
By Joanne Pearce

DESMOG CANADA
B.C. Scales Down Energy-Saving Measures to Manufacture Demand for Site C: UBC Report
By Carol Linnitt

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Oilsands thirst for natural gas hits record, environmentalists decry it as 'waste'
By Dan Healing

THE CANADIAN PRESS
Opinion: No, Bixi Montreal is not profitable
By Jasmin Guenette and Bradley Doucet

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