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Category: Energy and Resources

Fertilizer Reduction Targets

The federal government’s targets for greenhouse gas emissions currently include a 30 per cent reduction in nitrous oxide emissions by 2030, which the government called both “ambitious, and achievable.” However,

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Technology, Agriculture and Research:

Alberta’s thriving agriculture and technology industries are often seen as separate, but in reality, they are quite entwined. Local technology companies along with innovative farmers are teaming up with Albertan

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First Cut is the Deepest

Like many in his profession, canola runs deep for Scott Keller. The prized crop takes up a quarter of Keller Farms near Camrose, Alta., sharing rotation with wheat, malt barley

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What’s the Alternative?

Shanthu Mano, principal and CEO, and Dr. Godo Stoyke, principal and president of Carbon Busters®, know what utopia looks like. They should – they have designed it. It’s called The

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Below the Surface

Agriculture in Alberta is big business. In 2016, Alberta’s real gross domestic product for the agri-foods industry was the highest on record at $6.6 billion (a 7.8 per cent jump

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Moving Cautiously Ahead

Taxes may account for one of only two certainties in life, but that hasn’t stopped the Edmonton business community from feeling a sense of uncertainty—peppered with frustration or optimism—over an

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Growing Alberta

Alberta is known as an oil and gas province, but agriculture is a strong player in the economy too. While the overall economy fell 4 per cent in 2015 (following

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