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Category: Energy and Resources

Fertilizer Reduction Targets

The federal government’s targets for greenhouse gas emissions currently include a 30 per cent reduction in nitrous oxide emissions by 2030, which the government called both “ambitious, and achievable.” However,

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The Resilient Agri-food Sector

Resilient perfectly describes Alberta’s agri-food sector! In addition to the vital public health and safety factors, Alberta agriculture in 2020 has been broadsided by various complications. But it continues strong,

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Going Green

In a time when climate change is on the forefront of people’s minds, companies are making it a priority to promote environmental awareness and demonstrate a shared responsibility for practices,

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The LNG Momentum

There is strong global demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG), and the timing for Canada to be a world supplier is giving the much talked (and argued) about Canadian LNG

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Geology-Rich Canada

Blame it on clichés and popular myths but (throughout Canada and here in Alberta), the mining of minerals and stones is under-appreciated and misunderstood. Generations of stereotypes and word associations

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First Cut is the Deepest

Like many in his profession, canola runs deep for Scott Keller. The prized crop takes up a quarter of Keller Farms near Camrose, Alta., sharing rotation with wheat, malt barley

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It’s Getting Hot in Here

The future is now. In the fall of 2014, Jayman BUILT was constructing homes that included a rough in for solar panels to be installed at a later date. That

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Alberta’s Wind Energy Industry

While China, the United States and Germany have been among the top wind-generating countries for several decades, wind energy is a relatively new contributor to the power mix in Canada.

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