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## Climate Change – A Quick Refresher

You’ve likely had family members or co-workers express an opinion about climate change. Have you had a sneaking suspicion they didn’t fully understand how climate change works? Have you longed to have a concise and easy way to explain the climate change process to...

## Taking Action on Canada’s Carbon Tax: an Update

Canadians are hearing a lot about a federal carbon tax, and may be uncertain about how it applies to their business. Uncertainty is understandable. The program evolved quickly in late 2018. Details are still unclear on a number of provisions.   In addition to...

## 3 Unconventional Gifts for the Energy Conscious Giver!

Did you time all your holiday shopping around Black Friday? If yes, we applaud you for getting the shopping mall stress over early.  For those with people still on their list, here are some ideas for energy conscious gifts that may earn you extra points for creativity...

## “Strike Two”: Canadian Oil Sands Price Recovery Threatened by Shipping Regulation

Canada has been receiving low prices for its oilsands bitumen exports, compared to the prices paid for lighter, sweeter crude oil. Price discounts have typically been about $13, with about$7 due to transportation costs and the remainder due to the quality difference....

## Let the Market Rule! Win-Win-Win for Consumers, the Environment and Utilities

“New Zealand will have 100% renewable electricity by 2035, and this will be accomplished without subsidies, quotas, carbon taxes, or feed-in tariffs,” Gary Holden, CEO of Pulse Energy, told delegates to the Decentralized Energy Forum held recently in Banff, Alberta....