Energy Examined hosts Tracy Larsson and Leighton Klassen highlight their favourite clips and podcast episodes from 2020
Economist Miguel Ouellette of the Montreal Economic Institute discusses how the proposed Clean Fuel Standard could be detrimental to Canada’s recovery with uncertain environmental outcomes.
Meet Alex Ip, working on a potentially game-changing technology to remove GHG emissions from the atmosphere and create industrial chemicals used in a wide range of products.
Carbon XPRIZE finalist Carbon Upcycling Technologies combines CO2 emissions with waste materials to create valuable products like concrete, plastic.
Carbon XPRIZE finalists Greg Constantine and Stafford Sheehan discuss a technology that turns greenhouse gas emissions into vodka; and that’s just the beginning.
Canadians believe natural gas and oil should be part of our economic recovery. What does that mean for an industry facing major challenges?
Energy executive, investor and philanthropist Mac Van Wielingen says he can’t imagine a recovery without Canada’s largest industrial sector and export commodity.
Margareta Dovgal of Resource Works chats with Energy Examined about how support for Canada’s resource sector could create 2.6 million jobs while driving action on climate change.
Karen Ogen Toews of the First Nations LNG Alliance and Wet’suwet’en First Nation discusses COVID and economic reconciliation through energy projects that create jobs, investment and partnerships.