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Energy

December 2, 2020

Wood Buffalo Action Plan Implementation, Perspective of Local Indigenous Communities and Environmental Groups

Letter to the Director of UNESCO’s World Heritage Centre concerning Wood Buffalo National Park: December…

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November 30, 2020

Meet the Australian Companies Behind the Grassy Mountain Project

Who are Benga Mining, Riversdale Resources, and Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd? These are the three…

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November 23, 2020

Adequacy?: Whitebark Pine in Benga’s Environmental Impact Assessment

“Adequacy” is a recurring theme in the Grassy Mountain Coal Project Joint Review Panel hearing….

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November 15, 2020

Can Benga Deliver On Its Coal Royalties Promises?

             My second post to this blog noted that Benga promises to deliver $1.7 billion…

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November 13, 2020

Coal Markets and Grassy Mountain: “If You Build It, Will They Buy?”

            Socio-economics. Before the Joint Review Panel began its Grassy Mountain hearing, I speculated that…

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