Posted by Michelle Stirling, Communications Manager Feb. 25, 2017 This post responds to Alberta Environment and Parks recently posted three part series entitled "Myths and Realities of Alberta's Climate Leadership Plan." Part Two Part Three The sad part of this is that the “myths” claimed by the government are far closer to the sorry truth, hence their … Continue reading Alberta government – Myths? How about “Whoppers”?
Nov. 2, 2016 Hon. Rachel Notley, Premier of Alberta Hon. Margaret McCuaig-Boyd, Minister of Energy Hon. Shannon Phillips, Minister of Environment and Parks Honorable Premier and Ministers, RE: Call to Reject any Legislated Targets for Renewable Power; Call for inquiry into False and Misleading Health Claims against Affordable, Reliable Coal-fired power by parties … Continue reading An Open Letter to Premier Notley Rejecting Call for Renewables Target in Legislation
Contributed by Rob Pearce © 2016 Speaking points on why wind power will not substantially reduce CO2 emissions. The purpose of this short note is to provide you with a few key points to make the next time you hear some variant of the misconception that “wind power eliminates greenhouse gas emissions by replacing fossil fuel … Continue reading Wind- What is it good for?