The Buzz About YEF: Canada needs a comprehensive zero-emissions vehicle strategy

After 10 months of traveling the country, our Fellows are sharing their final thoughts on the YEF program, energy issues and leadership in this The Buzz About YEF blog. This week, David Lawless extrapolates about his Task Force’s research into autonomous vehicles. Task Force 3’s report Change in Motion details how autonomous and shared vehicles might have […]

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Your Energy Future Fellow’s company makes XPRIZE finals

Your Energy Future Fellow Apoorv Sinha has big news. His company, Carbon Upcycling Technologies (CUT), has been named as a finalist for the $20M Carbon XPRIZE, a competition aimed at developing breakthrough technologies that will benefit humanity and turn CO2 from the world’s greatest problem to its best solution. “This is a question that weighs heavily on us Albertans […]

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(FR) VAÉ dans les nouvelles: Un diplômé en droit d’uOttawa participe au programme

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The Buzz About YEF: Learning how to do less

After 10 months of traveling the country, our Fellows are sharing their final thoughts on the YEF program, energy issues and leadership in this The Buzz About YEF blog. This week, Lindsay Colley shares an honest reflection on getting burnt out and how to change. Participating in the Action Canada Your Energy Future Fellowship was transformative for […]

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The Buzz About YEF: A renewable (repairable) world

After 10 months of traveling the country, our Fellows are sharing their final thoughts on the YEF program, energy issues and leadership in this The Buzz About YEF blog. This week, the state of Kelly O’Neil‘s suitcase becomes a symbol of our poor consumption habits and economy. I have needed a new suitcase for a […]

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Friends in Low (Carbon) Places – Task Force 1 Final Report

Following 10 months of consultations and conversations, the Your Energy Future Task Forces presented their final reports on March 9, 2018. Task Force 1 fellows: Diane Adams, James Clark, Lindsay Colley, Bruno Gélinas-Faucher and Alexandria Shrake. Read their final report: Friends in Low Carbon Places Abstract: The economic future of rural and Indigenous (R&I) communities is […]

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Change in Motion – Task Force 3 Final Report

Following 10 months of consultations and conversations, the Your Energy Future Task Forces presented their final reports on March 9, 2018. Task Force 3 fellows: Graham Anderson, Ahmed Hanafy, David Lawless, Sushma Narisetty, Kelly O’Neil and Nicole Wiedman. Read their final report: Change in Motion Abstract: Canada’s low-carbon future will require significant reductions in greenhouse gas […]

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Work in Progress – Task Force 2 Final Report

Following 10 months of consultations and conversations, the Your Energy Future Task Forces presented their final reports on March 9, 2018. Task Force 2 fellows: Madwa-Nika Phanord-Cadet, Katherine Pineault, Graeme Reed, Kay She and Apoorv Sinha. Read their final report: Work in Progress Abstract: As governments address climate change, policymakers must consider the implications on […]

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Le Buzz de VAÉ: Mon potentiel surexploité

Au cours de leurs déplacements à travers le pays, les participants de VAÉ partagent leurs expériences et idées sur des questions énergétiques dans cette série de blogues, le Buzz de VAÉ. Cette fois, Katherine Pineault raconte son épuisement et sa remontée progressive en rappelant que même les leaders les plus dévoués doivent prendre du temps pour s’orienter […]

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The Buzz About YEF: Saskatchewan needs a new low-carbon economic strategy

As they travel the country, our Fellows are sharing their experiences and thoughts on energy issues in this The Buzz About YEF blog. This week, Diane Adams challenges Premier Moe’s stand on carbon pricing. With a new premier taking office in Saskatchewan, YEF fellow Diane Adams wrote an op-ed in the Regina Leader-Post suggesting a […]

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