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Articles tagged with Energy (40)


Solar art

Canadian artist to create bird-friendly solar panels for buildings

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2014
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 3761
Energy rich

A look at Canada’s non-renewables, which account for 90 per cent of our primary energy production

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2014
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 3781

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Greater sage-grouse faces grim future, say scientists

An emergency order to protect Canada's rarest bird may come too late

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, December 2013
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 3639
13+ things you didn’t know about energy

Massive oilfields, huge offshore rigs, high-tech refineries, colossal dams, sprawling wind farms — how much do you really know about BIG power in Canada?

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2013
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 3491
Power broker

An exclusive Q&A interview with Quebec Oil and Gas Association head Michael Binnion on the province’s energy issues

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2013
Department: Online exclusive
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Article ID#: 3514
An energy gem

Wind power is fueling the push to green diamond mines in the Northwest Territories

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, October 2012
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 3376
Cutting the cord

An ethnographer and videographer meet the people whose homes produce all the energy they need

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2012
Department: In Habitat
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Article ID#: 3312
Fracking friction

Rethinking the low-carbon label for natural gas

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, October 2011
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 2796
What is old wood good for?

Low-quality timber gains new value as “energy wood”

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, January/February 2011
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 184
Canada’s new geothermal energy industry

Pioneers of geothermal energy in Canada are cropping up in unusual places

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, October 2010
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 47
On with the wind

Economic uncertainties, logistical challenges and environmental debates are buffeting this fast-growing energy sector

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2009
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 252
The green gold rush

Modern-day prospectors are banking on hydro power from British Columbia’s Bute Inlet, but arguments about the project’s impact are exposing a deep divide over the province’s crucial next step

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2009
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 254
Tower o’ power

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, December 2008
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 328
This old house

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, December 2008
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 330
The carbon cleansers

Norway’s economy is less dependent on oil than most. What prompted all the forward thinking? A carbon tax.

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, October 2008
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 340
Sun dynasty

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, October 2008
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 349
This town is made for walking

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, October 2008
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 351
Both sides now

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, July/August 2008
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 369
Scar sands

More than a million barrels of crude flow out of Alberta’s oil-sands plants every day. Environmentally, it’s a disaster zone. There’s no turning off the tap, but improvements in five areas could limit the staggering scale of the ecological damage.

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2008
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 382
Electric river

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, December 2007
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 495
People of the delta

Scattered across the vast reaches of the Mackenzie Delta, five small Arctic communities are home to a mix of newcomers from across the country and around the world and First Nations people still living off the land.Will a $16 billion gas-pipeline project be their salvation or their destruction?

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, September/October 2007
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 506
The Mackenzie Delta

Thirty years after the initial project was proposed, the Mackenzie Gas Pipeline public hearings and panels are moving ahead for a final decision by 2008.

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, September/October 2007
Department: Online exclusive
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Article ID#: 507
Low-carb solutions

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, December 2006
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 652

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