“It Matters Where The Barrel Comes From” Featuring Kendall Dilling, Pathways Alliance
We had a fantastic session today with Kendall Dilling, President of Pathways Alliance. Based in Calgary, Alberta, Pathways Alliance was formed by Canada’s six largest oil sands producers (who account for 95% of oil sands production) to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions from their operations by 2050.
Ep. 68 – “Radical Pro-Environment Thinking” Featuring Greg McLean
This week we had the great opportunity to visit with Greg McLean, Member of Parliament representing Calgary Centre in the Canadian House of Commons. In 2020, Greg introduced a bill to create a non-refundable performance-based tax credit for carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) projects. We took great interest in hearing Greg’s story and were…
Ep. 60 – “Consider the Sinks, Not Just the Sources” Featuring the Salk Institute Harnessing Plants Initiative
This week’s session was truly remarkable. We had the honor of hosting the Salk Institute Harnessing Plants Initiative team comprised of some of the brightest minds working to mitigate climate change with perhaps the most genius idea since Jonas Salk’s polio vaccine: harnessing the natural power of plants to rebalance our carbon cycle. The Harnessing…
Ep. 47 – Featuring Gregory Wrightstone (Author, “Inconvenient Facts”)
Welcome to another edition of COBT! There is no shortage of news this week with the inauguration of President Elect Joe Biden and his potential plans for executive orders in early days of his administration. We were pleased to be joined by Gregory Wrightstone, Executive Director at CO2 Coalition and Author of “Inconvenient Facts” to…