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Natural resource dollars bridge urban-rural gap

New study by iTOTEM Analytics shows the massive contributions of natural gas industry investments to BC communities from Fort St. John to Vancouver.

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Obligation or opportunity?

The former CEO of Trans Mountain describes his journey of understanding and reconciliation.

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Must Canada skip the natural gas debate on the path to net-zero?

Stewart Muir makes the case for Canadian LNG in this excerpt from Policy Magazine.

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Natural resources and reconciliation

Adam Pankratz makes the reconciliation case for Canadian natural resource development in this excerpt from the Rights & Respect Magazine.

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Have we forgotten who we are?

Canada can reclaim natural resource leadership by remembering what it is, writes Margareta Dovgal in this update for Resource Works.

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What happens when electrification and reconciliation collide?

New study shows 54 percent of global mining projects are located on Indigenous territories. Finding a collaborative path forward has never been more important.

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Fairy Creek controversy exposes racism (but not where you might think)

Protest groups continue to exclude Indigenous rightsholders from a narrative that was already weak on facts, writes Josiah Haynes.

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The economic cost of reducing nitrogen fertilizer use

Groceries are getting more expensive. But how would the proposed federal fertilizer cuts impact the economy?

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Must Premier Eby choose between fossil fuels and climate commitments?

Stewart Muir: A response to the Sierra Club, Dogwood BC and other authors of a recent Vancouver Sun op-ed.

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An invitation to BC's new municipal leaders

From climate change to affordability, Resource Works is here to provide a platform for dialogue around our shared resource future, says Stewart Muir.

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Breaking down the vote

Municipal elections create a new landscape for BC's natural resource towns as familiar faces are replaced with new voices.

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A chance for change

A world in flux needs Canada. Can we keep up? Margareta Dovgal reflects on how to respond to changing paradigms and political realities.

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Global leadership requires fixing our energy issues first

The British pound is crashing as Europe's energy system falters under Russian exploitation. If Canada wants to help Europe tomorrow, it must act today writes Margareta Dovgal.

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Jobs come from trees

How many forestry jobs are there in BC, and how does the sector compare to the rest of Canada? David Elstone responds and shows why a ban on log exports would be counterproductive.

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BC’s paradigm shift on old growth will be about more than just trees

Alice Palmer: We need to change not only how we log but also how we listen to each other.

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Let’s follow a model of "reconcili-ACTION" this Truth and Reconciliation Day

Chief Ian Campbell shares a path to reconciliation through partnership in this story first published by The Daily Hive.

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Are we playing chicken with reality?

If North America succumbs to childish platitudes championed by energy know-nothings, it risks becoming the next Europe, writes the group of energy commentators known as Doomberg.

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When green hydrogen and reality collide

The international trade of green hydrogen will not make a meaningful contribution to energy security for decades, writes Kelly Ogle in The Hill Times.

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Resource Works marks ten years with fresh commitment to goals

New team to be ratified followed by September 27 lunch event featuring energy expert Peter Tertzakian in Vancouver.

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Carbon tech or carbon taxes: what’s the best approach to climate action?

New Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre lost no time in making it clear he’s a believer in technology-driven climate solutions over taxation. To understand the situation, best look southward.

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