Posts tagged ‘Energy’
Why B.C. needs to ‘get to yes’ on major resource projects
Opinion: A minority’s pushback is threatening our future
Written by: John Winter, Special to the Vancouver Sun August 16, 2013
Opinion: Challenged to get a ‘Yes’ in the West
By Gerry Martin, Special to The Vancouver Sun July 3, 2013 Read more
Oil is here to stay
Extracting oil shale can provide Israel energy security, if done in environmentally friendly manner, expert says.
By: Sharon Udasin in The Jerusalem Post
July 26, 2012
While people must dramatically change their behaviors to reduce their negative impact on the environment, oil is a critical energy source that will be here to stay for the foreseeable future, according to a prominent Canadian environmentalist. Read more
On Patrick Moore: why the anti-nuclear activist defected
Why did anti-nuclear activist defect?
By Kim Tae-gyu
March 15, 2012
From the perspective of Greenpeace activists, Patrick Moore is a traitor. He went from being a proactive antagonist of nuclear energy to an avid proponent of the “risky” energy source.
The long-time environmental leader, who was a centerpiece in establishing Greenpeace as the world’s largest environmental activist organization, says he had plenty reasons to do so. Read more
A-listers are misinformed about Canadian oil
Stars out of alignment in Tinsletown
A-listers preaching against tightly regulated Canadian oil are supporting exploitive regimes in Iran, Venezuela
BY PATRICK MOORE,
SPECIAL TO THE VANCOUVER SUN
JANUARY 9, 2012
Anti-pipeline celebrity campaigners Kevin Bacon and Robert Redford are soon to be joined by green activist Leonardo DiCaprio as the Natural Resources Defense Council ramps up its $95-million-per-year disinformation machine to shut down the Northern Gateway oil project. Read more