Towards a Sustainable Energy Strategy

Saskatchewan Environmental Network
January, 2007

This report is intended to help decision-makers to begin taking seriously the possibility of a sustainable, safe, environment- and climate-friendly energy future for Saskatchewan. We …

Issues in Bioenergy Development in Western Canada

Ewen Coxworth
November, 2005

This review paper examines some of the criticisms leveled by Pimentel and Patzek (2005) and others at ethanol production from grains, grasses and wood, and looks …

Carbon copy: Preventing oil sands fever in Saskatchewan

The existence of substantial oil sands reserves in Saskatchewan remains largely unknown to the general public, despite the international attention received by Alberta’s oil sands. The production of bitumen, the …

Transforming Saskatchewan’s Electrical Future: The Public Policies Needed to Build a Renewable Energy Society in Saskatchewan

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

The experience of other parts of the world suggests that good public policy plays a crucial role in successfully developing renewable energy potential. With the …