Making the Case for a Canada-Wide Solar Incentive

In just a few short months, the coronavirus pandemic has profoundly destabilized the world’s economies and brought on a devastating recession sure to have lasting impacts. Governments around the world have scrambled to unload a tsunami of government expenditure and social programs to avoid economic collapse. Where countries choose to direct this expenditure will haveContinue reading “Making the Case for a Canada-Wide Solar Incentive”

Carbon Emissions: Domestic and Global Policy Considerations

Climate change is the world’s most pressing contemporary issue due to its far-reaching impacts on the world’s social, economic, and environmental realities. Solving climate change will require global economic decarbonization, a monumental task requiring every nation to undergo massive structural changes. That being said, just under half of the global contribution to climate change comesContinue reading “Carbon Emissions: Domestic and Global Policy Considerations”

Environmental Implications of British Columbia’s Natural Gas Industry

As the world grapples with accelerated climate change, consumer expectations have quickly shifted towards embracing sustainability, causing major market disruptions for nearly every industry. This is encouraging, as it shows that sustainability has finally entered mainstream discourse. The growing consumer emphasis on environmental preservation has catalyzed numerous positive changes, but it has also provided opportunitiesContinue reading “Environmental Implications of British Columbia’s Natural Gas Industry”

Is Alberta’s Solar Market Safe from Jason Kenney?

Since 2015, Alberta’s been the hottest place in Canada to invest in renewable energy. This is evident when looking at the growth projections, which show that since 2015, the green energy industry has exploded with 500% growth. The rapid growth of the industry can largely be credited to Rachel Notley’s NDP, who was swept intoContinue reading “Is Alberta’s Solar Market Safe from Jason Kenney?”