Nuclear energy should not be part of the global solution to climate change. Canada should not be looking to small nuclear reactors to meet its emissions targets.
Canada’s 2030 emission reduction plan appears to have been written by the oil and gas industry with additional notes from the pro-nuclear lobby. It’s not going to work. Canada will miss yet another GHG reduction target.
Blue hydrogen is produced from natural gas in Alberta. It is being touted as the clean fuel of the future. But it’s not: only green hydrogen, made by the electrolysis of water, is clean. Hydrogen should be produced in eastern Canada, not in Alberta.
Canada has huge offshore wind resources, easily capable of replacing the electricity now generated by Canada’s nuclear power plants. Small Nuclear Reactors are a wasteful and costly distraction.
The latest information on the state of the global climate is a horror story of epic proportions.
The 1 trillion trees campaign is gaining traction in Europe and the US. In Canada, the government’s tree planting program is totally inadequate.
The Teck Frontier mine will be an environmental disaster. It should be firmly rejected.
Shocking images of wildfires fueled by climate change are causing grief and anxiety among young people. How can these fears be allayed?
The roaring twenties will usher in the decade of wildfires and extreme weather. And has the Arctic permafrost tipping point been triggered?
The numbers are in: It was the hottest decade on record. Was COP25 a failure? Maybe not totally.