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31 Dec 1969, 4:00 pm by Anthony Swift
Canada’s failure to commit to reducing its emissions by up to 52 percent by 2030 puts it out of step with the United States, demonstrating a failure to come to grips with the long term trajectory of its tar sands sector in a world transitioning to clean energy or to fully seize the opportunity t [read post]
31 Dec 1969, 4:00 pm by Anthony Swift
Written with Courtenay Lewis, Lance Larson and Jennifer Skene [read post]
31 Dec 1969, 4:00 pm by Anthony Swift
Forest Product Association of Canada (FPAC) claims that applying proposed anti-deforestation legislation in California and New York to the boreal forest would threaten its business model [read post]
31 Dec 1969, 4:00 pm by Anthony Swift
The Biden-Harris Administration’s plan to reject the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline on its first day turns the page on a twelve-year fight over the energy future of our country and signals a decisive new era of climate leadership for the United States. [read post]
31 Dec 1969, 4:00 pm by Anthony Swift
TransCanada has announced that its Keystone I tar sands pipeline has spilled 210,000 gallons of tar sands oil on farmlands in South Dako [read post]
31 Dec 1969, 4:00 pm by Anthony Swift
In its first comprehensive study of a global energy sector transition to net zero by 2050, the International Energy Agency (IEA) outlines a pathway that w [read post]
31 Dec 1969, 4:00 pm by Anthony Swift
Will Prime Minister Justin Trudeau live up to his early promise as an international environmental leader? [read post]
31 Dec 1969, 4:00 pm by Anthony Swift
Nebraska's Public Service Commission (PSC) handed TransCanada a pyrrhic victory by approving a new route for the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline through the state. [read post]
31 Dec 1969, 4:00 pm by Anthony Swift
In findings that have significant implications for Canada's boreal forest and the climate, a new study finds that deforestation rates in Ontario are nearly fifty times higher than reported by government officials. [read post]