A Stranded Nation podcast – Energy conversations and how to make them better

Heidi McKillop, creator of the film “A Stranded Nation” and I discuss energy conversations – engaging and learning from the average citizen (with sampling from a beautiful downtown patio), indigenous conversations, and conversations that need to happen Spotify: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-3-conversations/id1503848037?i=1000479881523 Check out our work! Watch “A Stranded Nation” on YouTube and then pick up The End of Fossil […]

The epicentre of poisoned energy dialogues – a “cowardly mob of upper-class social media addicts…moving straight to intimidation”

The epicentre of poisoned energy dialogues – a “cowardly mob of upper-class social media addicts…moving straight to intimidation”

“I was very sad to see so-called progressives attempting to stifle free expression and secretly emailing allies in the movement to have the film taken down. It is disgraceful, pathetic, enraging and cowardly. It is also contrary to the values of anyone that considers themself [sic] an artist, filmmaker or journalist.” – Michael Moore on […]

Reincarnation

“Wow, I feel weird…where am I?” “I hear that a lot, that it feels weird…I’d better look into that. It’s not supposed to. You just came through the portal. Welcome.” “Who are you?” “God. You’re dead.” “Whoa! Dead? What happened? Was it coronavirus? And why don’t you have a beard?” God chuckles. “Coronavirus, no. Very […]

Hey Shell, not so fast! Come on back for a chat

Hey Shell, not so fast! Come on back for a chat

I had the craziest dream the other night, it seemed so real… In it, the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) catches a kind of varmint, trying to crawl under a fence and get away.  Almost made it too. AER grabbed him by the ankle and pulled him back. “Who are you and where d’you think you’re […]

Michael Moore’s renewables critique is on the money, but biomass has a place

Michael Moore’s renewables critique is on the money, but biomass has a place

When I was a kid growing up poor on a farm in a poor rural community, we’d always be on the lookout for bargains and/or free stuff. Nothing beat free stuff. It didn’t have to be exotic or fancy, just useful. The downside of this existence was not inconsequential from an aesthetic perspective, I’m sure, […]