The concerns surrounding the impact of solar farms on food production in Canada, particularly in Alberta, have led to a moratorium on large renewable energy projects. However, a closer look reveals that these projects occupy a small percentage of agricultural land.
“Bad guys and bombs: The nuclear risks of small modular reactors By John Woodside | News, Energy | November 3rd 2023 “Nuclear proliferation experts are warning that 50 years of policy designed to limit the spread […]
By: Dr. William Rees Homo sapiens has evolved to reproduce exponentially, expand geographically, and consume all available resources. For most of humanity’s evolutionary history, such expansionist tendencies have been countered by […]
Eighty buildings in Ottawa, including the Parliament Buildings, are served by the ESAP (Energy Services Acquisition Program) district energy system. The current heating and cooling system was built between 50 […]
China is far ahead of the rest of the world in the development of batteries that use sodium, which are starting to compete with ubiquitous lithium power cells. In Changsha, […]