Eat less meat, save the environment and pay less at the grocery store

Flexitarians have decreased risk of heart disease and Type 2 diabetes and reduced risk of cancer

Eat less meat, save the environment and pay less at the grocery storeFor a number of years, I talked about becoming a vegetarian. I could see the health and environmental benefits, but completely removing meat seemed a bit extreme for my tastes. I recently discovered flexitarianism, a vegetarian diet where one eats meat occasionally. I limit my intake of meat and seafood, but I can still enjoy…

Decarbonization – How the world has lost its mind

Decarbonization – How the world has lost its mindEpisode #14 continues our Decarbonization series, the first of three featuring David Yager (bio below). The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below.  David Yager David Yager is an oil service executive, entrepreneur and long-time writer. He has worked in the oil industry since 1970, and from…

F1 driver Sebastian Vettel’s oil sands criticism rife with hypocrisy

Car racing relies on oil and gas. Canada should be the choice supplier, rather than nations like Saudi Arabia

F1 driver Sebastian Vettel’s oil sands criticism rife with hypocrisyGerman Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel sat on a podium in Montreal last week in gear emblazoned with his sponsor logos – including Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) oil giant Saudi Aramco, owned by the tyranny state of Saudi Arabia – and told reporters that Alberta’s oil sands is “criminal.” He had arrived earlier…

Decarbonization – The impediments of passion and politics

Decarbonization – The impediments of passion and politicsToday’s guest is Yogi Shulz (see his bio below). This episode explores decarbonization for addressing climate change and specifically discusses the impediments of passion and politics. The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below.  Bios of today’s moderator and guest: Yogi Schulz Yogi Schulz was a founding…

Decarbonization – Reason over emotion

Decarbonization – Reason over emotionToday’s guest is Yogi Shulz (see his bio below). This episode explores decarbonization for addressing climate change and specifically discusses how reason should trump emotion. The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below.  Bios of today’s moderator and guest: Yogi Schulz Yogi Schulz was a founding partner…

How to wean Indigenous communities off diesel

The Trudeau government is completely overlooking LNG as a solution

How to wean Indigenous communities off dieselCanada is missing out on an opportunity to help Indigenous communities access a cheaper and more reliable form of clean energy in a zealous pursuit of certain renewable energy sources. In its recent climate plan, the federal government committed to reducing the reliance of remote communities on diesel fuel. Many First Nation, Métis and Inuit…

Passion for nature sparks a career in environmental education

Julie Ostrem has spent her life building relationships with the land – and wants to help others do the same

Passion for nature sparks a career in environmental educationWhen Julie Ostrem was a child, she spent most of her time outdoors on her family’s acreage just outside Sherwood Park, Alta., playing with earthworms and collecting bugs. These critter-filled hours, paired with family camping trips and her mother’s influence, shaped how she viewed the world around her. “My mother really taught me why caring…

The world’s remarkable reversal on the future of oil

The industry is hesitant to invest in production after years of disdain from politicians and environmental radicals

The world’s remarkable reversal on the future of oilThe love/hate relationship between oil companies and the world’s billions of customers is unique in the world of commerce. Until recently, the plan was to replace oil and gas with no workable plan to replace their products. Now people want more oil and gas production as quickly as possible. But not from Russia. This stunning…

The perfect playbook for a global food security crisis

Climate change, a pandemic, war and nationalistic hoarding are all contributing factors

The perfect playbook for a global food security crisisEvents unfolding around the world are creating the perfect playbook for a global food security crisis: climate change, a pandemic, war and nationalistic hoarding are all factors. Climate has been affecting agriculture for a very long time. And the unpredictable nature of severe weather patterns is making the lives of our farmers more difficult. Growing…
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