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Oil companies have stalled on decarbonization commitments: report

Oil companies have stalled on decarbonization commitments: report

Carbon pricing system needs transparency, stringency, experts say

Carbon pricing system needs transparency, stringency, experts say

The stakes for any changes are high, because if adjustments aren’t made appropriately, the sensitive carbon market could be pushed “out of whack” from 2023 to 2030.
Alberta's carbon market well established: expert

Alberta's carbon market well established: expert

Carbon market 'sort of a simple extension' of Alberta's years of practice with the creation and regulation of its oil and gas industry
Shelterbelts fight climate change on the farm, study finds

Shelterbelts fight climate change on the farm, study finds

Trees trap two to three times more carbon than crops
Alberta needs cohesive flood planning: experts

Alberta needs cohesive flood planning: experts

“There's no sort of co-ordinated national approach or national standards, laws, regulations,” said Ryan Ness, director of adaptation at the Canadian Climate Institute.
Carbon capture to help reduce emissions from hydrogen

Carbon capture to help reduce emissions from hydrogen

“We have infrastructure already in place,” said Amit Kumar, professor at the University of Alberta and Alberta Innovates Associate industrial research chair in energy and environmental systems engineering.
Future highways will feature both hydrogen, electric vehicles: expert

Future highways will feature both hydrogen, electric vehicles: expert

The long-haul trucking industry is currently being examined as the future of hydrogen, while electric vehicles are being pegged for personal use.
Alberta is banking on hydrogen to lead its green transition

Alberta is banking on hydrogen to lead its green transition

Most of the hydrogen in the province is produced from natural gas and the process emits C02, which is currently released into the atmosphere.
Province banks on hydrogen with new innovation centre; hopes to lead country, says Nally

Province banks on hydrogen with new innovation centre; hopes to lead country, says Nally

“The hydrogen sector is moving so fast, it’s almost hard to believe where we’ve come in just the last couple of years,” Premier Jason Kenney said at a hydrogen convention on Tuesday.
Albertans could soon store, sell electricity to grid if new bill is passed

Albertans could soon store, sell electricity to grid if new bill is passed

“This legislation will help create more investment and competition, leading to more supply and increased affordability for consumers over the long term,” said Alberta Associate Minister of Natural Gas and Electricity Dale Nally.
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