Journalist Markham Hislop interviews leading energy experts from around the world about the energy transition and climate change.
Do foreign-owned oil/gas companies unduly influence Canadian climate policy?
Markham interviews Dr. Gordon Laxer, Political Economist, professor emeritus at the University of Alberta, founding Director and former head of Parkland Institute from 1996-2011, and co-author of a new study, “Posing as Canadian: How Big Foreign Oil captures Canadian energy and climate policy.”
Nuclear power not a short-term fix for climate change
Markham interviews Dr. Allison Macfarlane, director of the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs at the University of British Columbia, chairman of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission from 2012 to 2014, about her July, 2021 Foreign Affairs op-ed, "Is Nuclear Power the Way Forward to Combat the Climate Crisis?"
Making sense of the electrification of transportation
Markham interviews Stacy Noblet, senior director, Transportation Electrification, for global consultancy ICF, about her recent blog post, “How electric vehicles can drive our clean transportation future.”
Markham interviews Prof. Matthew Hoffmann, co-director of the environmental governance lab at the University of Toronto.
China's energy crisis
Markham interviews Dr. Michal Meidan, director of the China Energy Programme at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies and author of the paper “China’s power crisis: Long-term goals meet short-term realities.”
Tony Seba rethinks climate change
Markham interviews Adam Dorr of RethinkX, an independent think tank co-founded by Tony Seba and James Arbib, about the new study, "Rethinking Climate Change."