Too many new smartphone models made each year: survey
More than half of respondents from six countries would prefer to change their phones less frequently.
Premiers sign national energy strategy after three years of talks
A communique released July 17 said the plan helps set energy priorities and “encourage the transition to a lower carbon economy.”
Greenpeace warns of toxic waste at Hungarian plant
Cleanup of the defunct chemicals plant is months away.
Feds hiding legitimate concerns over oil sands pipelines, critics say
Unpublished report says potential toxic effects and environmental threats from bitumen pipelines are relatively unknown.
Bitumen spill effects unknown, unpublished federal report reveals
Document was obtained by Greenpeace under freedom-of-information legislation.
Three companies report birds in tailings ponds
Alberta’s energy regulator identifies CNRL, Suncor Energy and Syncrude.
CN, feds eyeing oil by rail to Prince Rupert, BC
Quantities would match those of the proposed Northern Gateway.
Alberta oil spill site remains heavily contaminated
More than four million litres of oil spilled from the Rainbow pipeline in April.
Environmentalists establish oil sands pipeline spills tip line
Calls on the tip line will be directed to industry and government.
EDITORIAL: Dirty energy isn’t going away
There was entertainment at the recent World Energy Congress…