As part of a new Canada’s National Observer series breaking down climate basics, we delved into some common questions about carbon capture. Here is everything you need to know about the contentious technology governments and industry are banking on.
RBC keeps pouring billions into fossil fuel expansion despite making net-zero promises. Now, New York City pension plans are trying to force RBC to disclose the full extent of the emissions the bank is responsible for.
In the decade before the pandemic, representatives of Canada's biggest oil and gas lobby averaged 117 meetings with government officials each year. In 2020, that number hit an all-time high of 269 — more meetings than there were business days in the year.
A majority of Canadians believe an energy system based on renewable sources is more affordable and reliable than one based on fossil fuels, according to a recent poll commissioned by Clean Energy Canada.
A group representing Canada’s largest oilsands producers got the green light to evaluate a proposed carbon storage site in northeastern Alberta that would seek to curb planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions from the industry's operations.