• EDITORIAL: Dirty energy isn’t going away

    October 6, 2010 by Joe Terrett

    There was entertainment at the recent World Energy Congress in Montreal. About 60 Greenpeace protesters put on bathing suits and oiled themselves up with fake petroleum for a “Black Tide Beach Party” to tell us that the world must move

  • Harvesting clean tech

    September 14, 2010 by Joe Terrett, Editor

    Last year’s economic apocalypse wasn’t very helpful to industry commerce, but manufacturing sustained crippling blows before the economy went south. The forest products industry has endured huge job losses as mills and plants closed. The automotive industry also sustained heavy

  • Postscript: Oil sands projects: a question of ethics

    July 7, 2010 by Janet Keeping

    The unfolding disaster in the Gulf of Mexico has prompted attempts to exonerate what’s happening in northern Alberta’s oil sands. Does the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico make the oil sands look good by comparison? Actually it