Geothermal Catastrophe

Betting on Geothermal Could Avoid Climate Catastrophe: Globe and Mail Opinion

A recent opinion piece was published in the Globe and Mail on how a renewed focus on geothermal could prevent a climate catastrophe. The piece was authored by Thomas Homer-Dixon, the executive director of the Cascade Institute at Royal Roads University. Ian Graham, physicist and senior fellow at the Cascade Institute. Ellen Quigley, senior research associate at the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk at the University of Cambridge.

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AIM2Flourish: Eavor named as Finalist in 2022 Flourish Prizes

Eavor was named a finalist in the Flourish Prizes by the Fowler Centre for Business as an Agent of World Benefit. The Fowler Centre for Business as an Agent for World Benefit is an organization that advocates for a more sustainable future. The organization host an annual award named the Flourish Prizes, to which Eavor was named a finalist for its ‘go-anywhere’ geothermal technology.

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Canada energy security

Rapid Decarbonizing Risk to Canada’s Energy Security

In the race to 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy, is Canada’s Energy Security at risk? The recent conflict between Ukraine and Russia has brought energy security to the forefront. Canada’s energy sector has had a tumultuous few years, seeing oil and gas prices plummet, resulting in an emergency meeting to stabilize oil prices, lack of appropriate investment into local energy tech, and political tension around cross border pipelines.

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