If Canada could simply apply the basic principles of sustainable development, such as the internalization of costs and 'polluters pay,' it would have long-term beneficial effects, both environmental and economic.
Canada now calls itself an 'emerging energy superpower.' In reality, it is nothing more than a Third World energy supermarket.
Oil has allowed us to think about economics as though energy doesn't matter.
Slavery, first and foremost, was an energy institution. Shackling human muscle was about getting work done.
Sour gas is one of the most dangerous, toxic substances known to man.