On January 30, 2018, British Columbia's environment minister, George Heyman, made public his strategy to thwart the federally approved Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. That evening, he dined with 25 activist groups that are using U.S. funding to try to accomplish the same aim as Heyman.
Posted by Resource Works | February 16, 2018 9:44 AM
AUDIO: People are torn between the environment and the economy – but what can we do about this? Resource Works executive director Stewart Muir and pipeline opponent Tzeporah Berman, who has been working for years to undermine Canadian energy sovereignty, took this question to a cross-Canada radio audience.
Posted by Resource Works | February 15, 2018 7:00 AM
What’s the way to move beyond conflict on key resource issues? Not just on a contentious pipeline, but on the larger questions of balance between economy and environment? Stewart Muir looks at what will help—and at what won’t.
Posted by Stewart Muir | February 14, 2018 4:53 PM
A study from the Northern Development Initiative Trust shows that the region continues its hefty contribution to provincial well-being. Uncertainties in trade and decision making have consequences for all British Columbia residents.
Posted by Resource Works | January 11, 2018 6:56 AM
Can we harness technology to ensure necessary natural resource activities are as safe and beneficial as possible? Judging by the turnout at the Nov. 29 Naturally Resourceful event in Vancouver hosted by Resource Works, the answer is yes.
Posted by Resource Works | December 11, 2017 11:07 PM
Here are seven charts that touch on trends in Canada's natural resource future. They are drawn from Maclean's magazine in its annual Chartapalooza feature looking at the biggest economic trends for the coming year.
Posted by Resource Works | December 11, 2017 10:35 PM
Alberta's premier Rachel Notley had a powerful message for Vancouver residents in her Nov. 30 speech: expanding the TransMountain pipeline is a project that centre-left Canadians can embrace. Stewart Muir examines her argument.
Posted by Stewart Muir | December 01, 2017 12:17 PM
Canada’s climate is challenging and hugely variable given that our land area begins at the 42nd latitude and extends to the magnetic north. Between long distances and extreme temperature, Canadians use lots of energy for basic heating, cooling, and mobility.
Posted by Resource Works | November 27, 2017 11:00 AM