PHOTOS: Carbon capture: The oil company executive in the bow tie places the carbon in a bottle, which is then stored underground by his corporation for billions of dollars. Or something like that. If the bottle breaks, of course, we’re screwed! Actual carbon capture schemes may not appear exactly as illustrated. Below: Premier Rachel Notley, . . . → Read More: Alberta Politics: Alberta’s NDP needs to react more quickly, plus throw the Tories under the bus where they belong
Another aircraft takes off from Fort McMurray International Aerodrome loaded with CO2 captured from Alberta’s Athabasca bitumen sands. The gas will be stored in the basements of Russian buildings as part of a deal worked out through the province’s $2-billion “carbon capture” program. Actual Alberta carbon capture boondoggles may not operate exactly as . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Alberta’s 13 most under-reported political news stories of 2013
Think of it as the difference between a refreshing drink of water and undergoing waterboarding. We used to expect the former from nature but now, all too often, it’s the latter.
Las Vegas is an object lesson. The desert city is now forced to drain its essential freshwater from a distant corner of the state . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Nature’s Version of Waterboarding
Well it would appear that China has finally found a spot to park it’s unwanted USD. That would be here in good old Canada and all it cost them was leasing us two Pandas. What a deal! Back in 2011 I wrote a quick post about why Canada’s economy is good, bad and bullshit. . . . → Read More: Hellberta: February mid-month round-up: Greece burns, Alberta gambles & Canada trades soul for Pandas