Andy Skuce

Recovering oilman, concerned about climate change.

Recent Articles

The quest for CCS

This article was originally published online at Corporate Knights and will appear in the hard copy Winter 2016 Edition of the Corporate Knights Magazine, which is to be included  as a supplement to the Globe and Mail and Washington Post…
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Alberta’s new carbon tax

Originally posted at Skeptical Science on December 31, 2015 On Sunday November 22nd, 2015, Alberta’s new centre-left Premier, Rachel Notley, announced that the province would be introducing an economy-wide carbon tax priced at $30 per tonne of CO2 equivalent, to…
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So long, Keystone XL

From After an approval process that lasted longer than World War Two, President Obama finally said “No” to the Keystone XL pipeline. This is undoubtedly a major victory for climate activists who had a lot staked on the outcome.…
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The thermometer needle and the damage done

***Please consider participating in Dr Paige Jarreau’s blog readers’ survey. Details are to be found at the bottom of this piece.*** A recent paper published in Nature by Marshall Burke, Solomon M. Hsiang and Edward Miguel Global non-linear effect…
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My apologies for inadvertently publishing and then quickly withdrawing a piece on methane leakage in BC. It was intended as a supplement to an article that will come out in Corporate Knights magazine in the next few weeks. I jumped…
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Skeptical Science is running a MOOC

The volunteers at Skeptical Science, along with staff at the University of Queensland, have been busy over the past several months putting together a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on climate change. The course, Making Sense of Climate Science Denial,…
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Have we turned the corner on emissions?

One of these days, the world will get its act together and halt the growth in CO2 emissions. This week, the International Energy Agency reported that the rise in emissions did indeed stall in 2014. According to the announcement, this…
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