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Global News / September 22, 2022: Lithium well a ‘gamechanger’ for energy transition in Alberta
Innovation News Network / August 25, 2022: A Canadian battery supply chain can expedite the clean energy transition
The Hill Times / August 11, 2022: There’s no energy security without net zero by Alison Cretney
Announcement: / July 19, 2022: Town of Innisfail to kick off new initiative in partnership with the Energy Futures Lab
Calgary Herald / June 9, 2022: Opinion: Alberta, it’s time to move from hedging bets to staking claims in the energy transition by Alison Cretney and Mike Wilson
Calgary Herald / May 9, 2022: Opinion: Indigenous Peoples eager to help lead transition to ‘future-fit’ hydrocarbon industry by JP Gladu and Raylene Whitford
Energi Media / May 7, 2022: How Canadian “future-fit” hydrocarbons could fit in a low carbon world
Calgary Herald / May 5, 2022: What does the transition to renewable energy mean for Alberta’s skilled workers?
Toronto Star / May 5, 2022: Energy Futures Policy Collaborative to work with local First Nations
Energy Futures Lab and Smart Prosperity Institute / December 15, 2021: Renewal and Reinvention of Alberta’s Hydrocarbon Cluster
Medium / December 14, 2021: Working with what we have got: Why economic clusters are a useful frame for thinking about Alberta’s energy transition by John McNally
Medium / December 6, 2021: Alberta’s future: turning nonsense to common sense by Alicia Planincic
Medium / November 18, 2021: Harnessing possible futures for better policy outcomes by Dr. Sara Hastings Simon
The Hill Times / November 11, 2021: A just transition must reflect the voices of those who will be impacted most by Alison Cretney and Elizabeth Shirt