Cleaning Up Tanker Rhetoric

On February 22nd, 2019, the National Energy Board delivered its reconsideration review for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion declaring the pipeline is in the national interest. With this recommendation, the pipeline is


Points About The New Emissions Report

Today, a report by Environment Canada scientists was published announcing that previously recorded emissions intensities were off for four different major oil sands operations in Northern Alberta. Environmentalists have been quick to


Patagonia and Petroleum

Patagonia’s limiting sales of its popular vests, excluding corporate clients judged not to be onboard with the outdoor clothier’s environmental and climate positions, apparently including natural gas and oil (see the last few sentences


Bill C-69 Came To Town

The past year has been filled with news stories and press releases about the controversial Bill C-69 and the effects that it could have on the Canadian industry. This bill has especially


Issues With Climate Change Litigation

There has been a growing trend in North America, particularly in the United States but more recently in Canada with such environmental organizations like Greenpeace and West Coast Environmental Law spurring the


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