Is Cap-and-Trade the Answer to North America’s Climate Woes?

Industry has been looking for a way to gain social license. Could a cap-and-trade system be the ticket – and if so, what would it cost? More →

What Does the Anti-fracking Movement Mean for Canada?

The anti-fracking movement continues to pile up victories, even scoring one in the heart of Texas. Is Alberta next? More →

Rethinking the Role of the National Energy Board

The National Energy Board used to be a sleepy bureaucratic organization. Now it’s ground zero for the debate over pipeline projects. Meet the man who’s at the center of both More →

Why Being Pessimistic About Solar Power Might Be a Bad Idea

The International Energy agency now says that photovoltaic's share of global electricity can reach 16 per cent by 2050, up from the 11 per cent forecast in its 2010 roadmap More →

The hard lessons of Northern Gateway

What’s it going to take to get aboriginal communities to support pipelines that carry bitumen to the West Coast? More than anyone ever imagined More →

Oil sands photographer Louis Helbig on oil imagery, politics and his new book

People have been arguing about the oil sands for years. That’s why a new book is trying to bring them together for a more constructive conversation. Will it work? More →

What new anti-SLAPP laws could mean for Canada’s energy sector

Anti-SLAPP legislation is coming in Ontario. Here’s what you need to know about it More →