Whoomp. That’s the sound of Electrifying Vehicles: Insights From The Canadian Plug-in Electric Vehicle Study landing on our desks—a massive new piece of research from British Columbia’s Simon Fraser University. The paper summarizes three years of research into the country’s nascent electric vehicle market by the School of Resource and Environmental Management. It’s a weighty…

You wouldn’t know it from the media coverage, but the biggest energy story coming out of last week’s visit to Canada by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had nothing to do with oil and gas prospects, or uranium. Those of us tracking clean energy trends haven’t paid India much attention in recent years. Let’s face it, China…

We’re bringing Austin-based renewable energy pioneer Michael J. Osborne to Calgary to help shed some light on how conservative, market-oriented, oil-and-gas focussed Texas emerged as a national renewable energy leader.

At a recent Calgary luncheon, Texas Renewable Energy Association cofounder Michael Osborne shared the story of how his conservative, oil-and-gas state came to lead the nation in wind power and blast through its renewable energy targets.

Those feeling energized and inspired by yesterday’s People’s Climate March have another reason to feel hopeful about solutions today. Our new graphical report spotlights how leading economies and companies are working to reduce their dependence on fossil fuels and embrace clean energy.

Respected journalists and Hollywood celebrities have teamed up to show the human side of climate change in Showtime’s series Years of Living Dangerously.

While Ethan Zindler launched into a Vancouver lecture on China’s clean energy ambitions, on the other side of the world Premier Li Keqiang announced new measures to address his nation’s worsening pollution crisis.

You wouldn’t know it from the lacklustre media response, but Monday’s signing of the Pacific Coast Action Plan on Climate and Energy, by the elected leaders of British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, and California, is a big deal. Here’s why.

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