Business student and podcaster shares stories of successful engagement between Indigenous leaders and Canada’s natural resources sector.
CAPP’s Jonathan Stringham discusses the realities of the energy transition and how Canada can turn cleantech investments into a competitive advantage.
It is an industry where Canada has always been a leader and continues to be a leader today with innovations in new technologies, new refining processes, new ways of concern and caring for the environment.
Oil sands are reducing emissions through innovative cleantech and collaboration.
65% of Indigenous peoples support natural resource development: we chat with John Desjarlais and JP Gladu of the Indigenous Resource Network about what that means.
Is the oil sands destroying Alberta’s northern forests? Artist Shannon Carla King points out no, using landscape paintings of the wild beauty developing at former oil sands sites.
Kieran Hanley of the Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association discusses the latest clean tech innovations to reduce emissions and environmental impact in offshore oil and gas.
Courtney Levesque-Thomas discusses a recent report showing growing involvement of Indigenous workers, businesses and communities in natural gas and oil.
Perry Berkenpas of the Oil Sands Community Alliance discusses industry’s approach to helping build strong communities through social investments, Indigenous partnerships and a true spirit of collaboration.
Bryan Helfenbaum of Alberta Innovates takes on ‘advanced hydrocarbons’ in a quest to lower emissions and reduce environmental impacts from natural gas and oil production.