ESG Energy Security Guarantees: Newsletter - March 2022

Canada Action Newsletter - March 2022

Dear Visitor,

We would like to encourage anyone who is able to help the people of Ukraine to consider making a charitable donation to a reputable international organization like UNICEF or the Red Cross.

Amidst the global turmoil, we would also take a moment to reflect on the real-life importance of Canadian resources. To be clear, this is not about commerce, this is about people, and Canadian resources are a force for good in the world.

Over the past few weeks, the world's need for oil, natural gas, potash, uranium, and agriculture has taken centre stage, and we will continue to humbly encourage the responsible development of these essential resources by reliable suppliers like Canada.

- Cody

Debate with Greenpeace

Canada Action founder Cody Battershill, and Greenpeace debate the current energy crisis on Vancouver radio.

 


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How Resource Development Can Help Indigenous Communities in Canada

Estella Peterson

Canadian oil and gas seems to always be in the spotlight a lot. Whether it’s international, across the southern border or in our own country, we like to talk about what should happen to the oil and gas industry.

 


Canadian LNG Can Increase Energy Security for the World

As the world's fourth-largest producer of crude oil, uranium and renewable electricity, and sixth-largest producer of natural gas, we've always had access to an abundance of energy for as long as most of us can remember.

 


Ukraine invasion shows why Canada needs to become an energy superpower

Adam Pankratz - National Post

The reverberations of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine will be felt for months, and likely years, to come. One theme stands out as particularly relevant to Canada: oil and gas.

 


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