National Energy Board (NEB) – Implications of Proposed Changes: A Review

Updated (scroll down) "Impact on Efficiency" Part Three - May 25, 2017 10:55 AM Updated (scroll down) "The Central Flaw"  Part Two - Revised and Updated May 23, 2017 3:00 PM "The Central Flaw" Original- May 22, 2017  Updated May 22, 2017 7:47pm Updated with a review of the False Premises Part 1 - May … Continue reading National Energy Board (NEB) – Implications of Proposed Changes: A Review

Can Canada Survive Climate Change Policy?

Contributed by Robert Lyman © May 9, 2017 This is the prepared text of a presentation made at the Friends of Science Society's 14th Annual CLIMATE DOGMA EXPOSED event in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on May 9th, 2017. Robert Lyman is a Principal at the Ottawa-based ENTRANS Policy Research Group, Inc., a former public servant of 27  years, working … Continue reading Can Canada Survive Climate Change Policy?

Taking The Economist to Task for Unfounded Climate Catastrophe Fearmongering

Contributed by Dr. John D. Harper, FGSA,FGAC, PGeol., former director of the Geological Survey of Canada © May 2017 I have recently been asked to comment on three articles published in The Economist. My background for such a response is as a Professor of Petroleum Geology and Sedimentology (ret.), a former Director-Energy for the Geological Survey of … Continue reading Taking The Economist to Task for Unfounded Climate Catastrophe Fearmongering