Podcasts & Webinars
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- ARC Energy Podcast
A weekly podcast with Peter Tertzakian and Jackie Forrest from the ARC Energy Research Institute, based in Calgary, AB, Canada. The podcast is dedicated to researching complex, interrelated trends that influence the energy business, including financial, political, environmental, technological, social, and economic forces.
- Fuel for Thought Podcast
- The Fuel for Thought Podcast from Topsoe is the world’s first podcast about renewable fuels. Sylvain Verdier and Mikala Grubb from Topsoe, look into some of the most pressing topics about renewable fuels, covering the whole value chain of renewable fuel production, including feedstock supply, conversion technology, legislation, sustainable aviation fuel and much more.
- Fueling the Future of Transport
Fueling the Future of Transport explores sustainable solutions in transport energy to mitigate climate change with top global experts in the field. This bi-weekly show is hosted by Tammy Klein, founder and CEO of Transport Energy Strategies.
- Empire Club of Canada
For more than 119 years, the Empire Club of Canada has provided a forum for speakers to engage, debate, and educate, advancing dialogue on issues of importance to Canadians.
- Advanced Biofuels Canada
- Advanced Biofuels Canada aims to promote the production and use of advanced biofuels in Canada, cooperate with other stakeholders to expand market access for sustainable low-carbon biofuels in Canada, and collaborate broadly to decarbonize transportation.
- The past webinars are available on demand (password: @biofuelswebinars).
This centre, known as Energy House is home to the present and planned future clean energy technology training programs on the Dawson Creek campus. As well, the wood pellet boiler which is the heart of the centre’s District Energy system will be used as a training facility for renewable energy technologists.
Based at the Kelowna campus, the Centre is a facility that supports a program mix with a focus on sustainable building technologies and processes, as well as research and development of alternative and renewable sources of energy. The innovative features of the building itself are going to be used as a teaching tool to help train the next generation of tradespeople in green construction practices.
The Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS) is a dynamic knowledge network that brings together leading researchers from British Columbia (BC) and around the world to study the impacts of climate change and to develop positive approaches to mitigation and adaptation.
Created in 2008 with a major endowment from the BC Ministry of the Environment, PICS is hosted and led by the University of Victoria in collaboration with BC’s three other research-intensive universities: Simon Fraser University, the University of British Columbia and the University of Northern British Columbia.
The University of British Columbia (UBC) is a global centre for research and teaching, consistently ranked among the top 20 public universities in the world. At the Point Grey campus in Vancouver, UBC operates the Biomass and Bioenergy Research Group, the Bioenergy Research & Demonstration Facility, the Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability and the Clean Energy Research Centre.
Based in Prince George, the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) is a university both in and for the north, and this mission has instilled a strong sense of ownership, purpose, and adventure among students, alumni, faculty, staff and the communities served. UNBC is also Canada’s Green University™ , leading the way to a more sustainable future for all. UNBC operates three renewable energy initiatives: the Wood Pellet Project, the Bioenergy Plant and the Sustainable Communities Demonstration Project.