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Jan 17, 2017

Gord Lambert | Alberta playing offence on climate initiatives

BNN's Tara Weber speaks with Gordon Lambert, Executive-in-Residence with the Ivey Energy Policy and Management Centre, and Director of Alberta Innovates, about the products and services that firms in Western Canada are pursuing when it comes to clean tech and other environmental innovation.
Dec 20, 2016

Dennis McConaghy | The card Canada never played to get Keystone XL approved

Dennis McConaghy, Visiting Fellow with the Ivey Energy Policy and Management Centre, has released a new book titled “Dysfunction: Canada after Keystone XL." He discusses it in an interview with CBC.
Dec 16, 2016

Ivey grad wins Young Women in Energy Award

Beth Pollock, MBA ’10, was one of this year’s recipients of a Young Women in Energy (YWE) Award, which recognize Alberta’s emerging female leaders in energy.
Oct 21, 2016

Three ways to solve the energy crisis

At an Ivey Idea Forum in Toronto on Oct. 6 called The Global Energy Outlook: The Future of Fossil Fuels, two experts shared insights on what the future might hold for Canada’s fossil fuel sector.
Oct 17, 2016

Building local community confidence in renewable energy development

An Ivey Idea Forum on September 23 called Building Local Community Confidence in Renewable Energy Development addressed the root causes of resistance to renewable energy development.
Sep 15, 2016

Alberta's Shake Up: Policies, Pipelines, and People

Richard Dicerni spoke about the government changes, the climate change policy, pipeline challenges, and the current fiscal and economic environment.
Mar 12, 2016

Paul Boothe | Greenhouse gas reductions for Canada won’t be an easy task

Business news publication Dispatch Tribunal featured the report called “Sharing the Burden”, co-authored by Boothe and Lawrence Centre fellow Felix Boudreault, to illustrate approaches to reducing emissions.
Feb 29, 2016

Squaring the Circle: Canadian GHG Emissions

The Prime Minister and Premiers meet this week to discuss how to meet Canada’s 2030 GHG target. The Lawrence Centre tackles the question: What role should the federal government play in helping to transform Canada into a prosperous, low carbon society?
Feb 29, 2016

How Ottawa and the provinces can work together on climate change

In their op-ed for Maclean’s, Paul Boothe, Felix Boudreault and Chris Frankel summarize an appropriate approach for the federal government to take in driving climate change policies.
Feb 22, 2016

Paul Boothe | Feds could enforce national carbon price with or without provincial buy-in

iPolitics referenced a new report released by Ivey’s Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management, Sharing the Burden: Canadian GHG Emissions.