CBC's What on Earth Podcast: A new year in climate action
January 7, 2022
We welcome 2022 with an update from some of our guests. We hear about a geothermal project breaking ground, the fight to stop a new highway, and a campaign for...
Energy Transition Solutions Podcast: How to think about energy and land use for the next seven generations — Chief Gale and John Ebell, Tu Deh-Kah Geothermal, ep 17
November 22, 2021
Welcome to the Energy Transition Solutions podcast — brought to you on the Oil and Gas Global Network by AWS Energy. In this episode our host, Joe Batir, talks with Chief Sharleen...
All-Indigenous panel talks dos and don't of development at P3 conference
November 17, 2021
A group of Indigenous leaders recently shed light on the role Indigenous groups can play in advancing Canada’s march towards net-zero, what missteps project partners can avoid when working with...
If Australia Wants to be a Green Energy Superpower, It Needs to Include Its Aboriginal Communities
November 3, 2021
The contents of Norman Frank’s fridge could mean the difference between life and death. His doctor told him to drink cold water for his kidney trouble, and to keep his...
Decolonization and decarbonization go hand in hand
October 19, 2021
The first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation was a solemn occasion to reflect on, as well as a time to celebrate, the many ways First Nations are reasserting their...
Fort Nelson First Nation ready to lead in geothermal energy
October 6, 2021
The economic and environmental impacts of a geothermal energy project in Fort Nelson First Nation’s territory in northeastern British Columbia has Chief Sharleen Gale “extremely excited.”