We Request a Conflict of Interest Inquiry and Cost-Benefit Analysis on Alberta Climate Plan and Carbon Tax

Posted by Michelle Stirling © December 5, 2016 On this day we have requested a Conflict of Interest Inquiry by the Ethics Commissioner of Alberta and a Cost-Benefit Analysis from the Auditor General of Alberta. The introduction of our letter follows - the complete pdf can be read by clicking on the link below this introduction: … Continue reading We Request a Conflict of Interest Inquiry and Cost-Benefit Analysis on Alberta Climate Plan and Carbon Tax

DIRE CONSEQUENCES: DESTROYING ALBERTA’S AFFORDABLE POWER ADVANTAGE

New report-"Dire Consequences: Destroying Alberta's Affordable Power Advantage" dire-consequences-blackout-final-sept-28-2016 Supplementary Data/Graphs dire-consequences-supplementary-final-sept-28-2016 Affordable energy is an Alberta Advantage, one we have enjoyed for years, thanks to an abundant, high-quality coal supply (which Albertans own), willing investors, responsible industry and ever-improving, sensible air quality regulations and mitigation techniques. Energy runs through every aspect of modern society. … Continue reading DIRE CONSEQUENCES: DESTROYING ALBERTA’S AFFORDABLE POWER ADVANTAGE

A Tale of Two Places – Denmark + Alberta

Researcher/writer William Kay, of the blog Ecofascism, wrote a research trilogy last year (2015) on the geopolitics of climate change.  Part three - "A Tale of Two Places" is instructive for Albertans and Canadians at this time as there is a push to incorporate renewables and be 'green like Denmark.'  But is Denmark 'green'?  If so, why are … Continue reading A Tale of Two Places – Denmark + Alberta