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Dining habits cook up greenhouse gas storm
On the air-pollution scale, consumers have a counterpart to the oilsands, only bigger—much bigger. Call it the skeleton in the kitchen. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) exposes the startling results of rich eating and drinking habits in a report titled The Role of Fossil Fuels in the U.S. Food System and the American Diet.
“Use of fossil fuels to produce the foods and beverages consumed by Americans in 2007 accounted for 13.6 per cent of economy-wide CO2 emissions from fossil fuels,” says the 90-page document.
“Domestic fossil fuel use linked to U.S. food consumption produced 817 million of the nearly six billion metric tons of CO2 emissions economy-wide,” it says.
The role of everyday American grub in the exhaust blamed for global climate change is 12 times the current annual oilsands contribution of 70 million tonnes and exceeds the Canadian total from …
By Kenneth P. Green, Elmira Aliakbari and Ashley Stedman - The Fraser Institute
Published: Fort Nelson News
TransCanada Corp. recently pulled the plug on Energy East, its proposed 1.1-million-barrel-per-day oil pipeline between Alberta and New Brunswick, a month after the company said it would conduct a "careful review" of the cost impacts of changes in National Energy Board regulations.
It was the latest in a chain of bad news for Canada's energy industry, and further evidence that Canada's growing regulatory barriers may be damaging our investment climate.
Plunging oil prices and the approval of competing pipelines such as Keystone XL certainly contributed to the cancellation of Energy East.
But governments, by continuing to pile on new taxes and create unclear regulations, are killing existing projects and driving investment away from Canada.
A 2016 Fraser Institute survey of energy executives and managers found that Al…
By: Henry Lyatsky, P.Geoph.,P.Geol., Lyatsky Geoscience Research & Consulting Ltd.
Published: CSEG - Recorder (page 26)
"…There are known knowns; there
are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things
we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns – the ones
we don’t knowwedon’tknow.”–DONALDRUMSFELD
TheplanetEarthiscooling.Theinterglacialclimateperiodthathas keptuswarmforthelastseveralthousandyears,allowingcivilization toriseandflourish,isover.Earthisabouttoreturntothedeep-freeze conditionsofthelasticeagethatendedsome12,000yearsago,when allofCanadaandmuchofEuropewerecoveredbythesortofthickcontinentalglaciersthattodayblanketremoteGreenlandandAntarctica. This scientific “truth” was drilled into me, a
young geology undergradin Calgary, by
esteemed professors in basic courses at the beginning of the1980s. In the 1970s the media were abuzz with
global-cooling scares. Cooling was supposedly a scientific fact. Thankfully…