After the fire, a frank talk is needed

In the immediate aftermath of the Fort McMurray fire, it was considered to be in bad taste to associate the event with climate change. Worse was to suggest that karma had come back to bite the oil sands city in the behind. Read more »





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  • National Energy Board recommends approval of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion from Alberta to Vancouver.
  • Dan Tefft #Investment Bankers Think #Solar and #Wind Will Grow Way Faster Than the IEA Forecast : https://t.co/uWgn9lFWFH
  • Climate_Politix : University of Utah faculty vote to dump fossil fuels investments https://t.co/FPidd3zPwd via @sltrib
  • InsideClimate: Long-term exposure to air pollutants (PM 2.5) associated with numerous cancers, Hong Kong study https://t.co/pWYUuRBu1Y