Monthly Archives: March 2011

Should climate hawks be rallying around nuclear power? Researchers show meeting global energy demand in 2050 with wind, water and solar – without nuclear – is technically and economically feasible

March 21, 2011 George Hoberg The nuclear crisis in Japan has created a surprising response. Columnists and commentators from a range of perspectives normally considered skeptical or even hostile to nuclear power are showing a surprising amount of support for … Continue reading

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Premier Christy Clark: More Reorganization of BC Natural Resource Ministries

George Hoberg and Stephanie Taylor March 15, 2011 Christy Clark was sworn in as British Columbia’s 35th premier yesterday. In announcing her new cabinet, Premier Clark reversed significant parts of the tumultuous reorganization introduced by Gordon Campbell in October 2010. … Continue reading

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The Gordon Campbell Legacy for Natural Resource Policy in British Columbia

George Hoberg March 4, 2011 Next week, after ten years as Premier of British Columbia, Gordon Campbell will hand power over to Christy Clark. Natural resource policy has been one of the most dynamic areas of policy development during the … Continue reading

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