There are over 270,000 households in British Columbia facing energy poverty, a lack ofaffordable access to the basic energy services that contribute to quality of life. Rural, remote,and Indigenous communities in the province are being hit particularly hard, with somecommunities spending up to three times… Read More »Moving toward energy security in BC’s rural, remote and Indigenous communities (2020)
Africans need adaptation strategies that support economic development, jobs, access to energy Duggan Flanakin As the merger of climate change and COVID panic materializes before us, “global leaders” have found developing world voices to join the crusade to “save the planet” from carbon (dioxide) “pollution.”… Read More »Africans reject demands to end fossil fuel use
President Biden’s goal of ending oil production in America doesn’t seem so slick right now. Gasoline prices are close to a dollar per gallon higher than this time last year, with oil prices just shy of the highest in seven years as demand has begun… Read More »With Gas Prices High, Biden Tells OPEC: Drill Baby, Drill!