Can Canadian mines be a reliable source of sustainable minerals in the clean economy revolution?
If Canada’s heavy industries want to steer clear of a rust-belt scenario, they need to jump on this century’s best economic opportunities.
Enjoying the spectacle of Jody Wilson-Raybould cleaning the floor with the Prime Minister? Guess what corporate Canada: you’re next. Anybody doubting this needn’t look
Two redevelopment proposals in Europe and North America are portending a possible renewable energy transition for hard-hit coal communities facing dislocation from the decline of
An industrial project that could devastate the Great Barrier Reef, the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, a Canadian mine and an American power plant are
Hero: Kaiser Permanente Health care conglomerate Kaiser Permanente announced an ambitious clean energy shift in February that will ensure 50 per cent of electricity used at its
Geothermal developers often struggle to make their projects economically viable, while mining companies are finding it increasingly difficult to get social license for new projects.
The mining industry is struggling. Junior exploration companies are desperately trying to raise money, and majors are facing volatile commodity prices paired with resistance from
Former Republican Senator Richard G. Lugar was a fixture of Washington D.C. for more than 36 years – a Senatorial tenure that spanned over six
Among Luc Zandvliet’s professional accomplishments last year, coaxing a burly mining engineer into a Bedouin tent to discuss the mysteries of camel lactation ranks among
A new generation of junior exploration companies is trying to fix the mining industry’s social license problem. By experimenting with profit-sharing schemes and engagement programs,
This story was originally co-published by The Daily Beast and ProPublica, and originally appeared on ProPublica.org. When billionaire Chris Cline’s company bought an option to mine a