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    Canadians and the low carbon economy action
    Posted on Monday, September 03, 2018 @ 11:37:50 GMT by vlad

    General Many Canadians are shocked these days by the decision of the federal government to spend public money in a deal with Houston-based Kinder Morgan Inc. to purchase the existing Trans Mountain pipeline (that carries diluted bitumen between Alberta's oil patch and British Columbia Pacific coast near Vancouver), as well as the expansion project to twin the pipeline. The numbers are staggering: $4.5 billion for the existing pipeline and, if Ottawa does not find a buyer, it could end up spending an additional $6.3 billion (a conservative estimate experts say) to get the expansion project built.  

    In the strange logic of the finance minister Bill Morneau, this purchase creates value for Canadians and, it is in the "best national interest” (!?). To highlight the "best national interest" argument, recently, the Federal Court of Appeal (where the project was challenged by the government of British Columbia and a few BC First Nations), dropped a bombshell decision to quash the cabinet approval of the Trans Mountain expansion project, which was immediately followed by the Alberta Premier Rachel Notley pulling her province out of the National Climate-Change Plan (quote "...let's be clear, without Alberta that plan isn't worth the paper it's written on"). 

    Now, the Canadian government is the proud owner of a proposed dirty oil pipeline project that could be subject to years of further review, delays and cost over-runs. This will certainly have damaging consequences for Canada's reputation, both as a reliable investment place for energy projects, and as a leader in promoting the new green economy that our planet so badly needs. 

    We have to wonder (and demand to know) why the government has ignored for many years the information and advice on new and advanced clean energy science and technologies provided by specialized organizations such as, for example, the Planetary Association for Clean Energy (PACE), who is actually struggling to survive these days. With probably less that 1/1000 of the public funds spent on the Kinder Morgan's pipeline, Canada could have been in the envious position to have had already evaluated at least one of the potentially revolutionary clean energy technologies that PACE has identified and submitted to the government officials for urgent investigation since 2016.

    Below are some extracts from PACE's submission to Hon. Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Hon. Navdeep Singh Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development in Feb 2016. This entire document and other more recent submissions are available in our Downloads section (PACE.zip).


    As President of the Planetary Association for Clean Energy (PACE), I [Dr. Andrew Michrowski] wish to bring to your attention several decades of independent scientific research and of peer review into advanced clean technology. The objective of such analysis was to determine efficiency, universality, sustainability, ethics and affordability. Our independent, collective data show that emerging technologies are maturing into valid options for improved transportation, heating and other human needs, and that their introduction will benefit the economy, the environment and also public well-being.

    A Short Introduction about PACE

    Recognized as a NGO in special consultative status with the United Nations, the Planetary Association for Clean Energy (PACE) Inc. is an independent international collaborative network of advanced scientific thinking. It was conceived by Parliament’s first woman Speaker, Senator Muriel M. Fergusson, and co-founded by scientist Senator Chesley W. Carter, M.Sc. while chair of 2 Senate standing committees on Science and Health in the early 1970s. With his stewardship, the PACE network confirmed the phenomena of acid rain and of ozone layer depletion for Canadian policy decision-makers, resulting in international treaties. It also facilitated the world’s 1st “blue-bin” recycling initiative, in Ottawa.

    With the National Research Council of Canada, and the personal intercession of the Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Pierre E. Trudeauby July 1976 PACE founders gave the highest priority to identifying and reviewing advanced clean energy technologies – not only how they perform but also why they do so. The founders included Dr. Marcel Vogel, chief scientist at IBM (developed memory systems for computers) and Dr. Henry K. Puharich (MD, physicist, micro-electronics for hearing aids and water-as-a-fuel-on-demand, and advancement analyses for Pentagon’s Joint Chiefs of Staff and Senator Carter and Prime Minister Trudeau on worldwide, lossless transmission of electrical energy).

    Furtherance of this long-term peer examination was made under contract to the Division of Energy, NRC of Canada in 1985 and involved 330 individuals in the PACE worldwide network, published as The emerging energy science. These findings were echoed and confirmed by a multi-agency multi-million dollar initiative by the US government that was to identify which technologies would be required by America for world leadership into the next century, 2000 onwards.

    We, therefore, have significant technologies to recommend.

    Some of technologies are already manufacturer prototypes, others are independently verified by third parties and ready to be manufactured. With proper participation, most recommended inventions could quite rapidly be brought onto the public domain. Furthermore, a number of approaches for environmental cleanup require little in the way of cost or material. UN agencies, including UNITAR / IATAFI, have confirmed some of our initial observations (1).

    The main challenge is opening the minds of people to see that these low-cost interventions are effective, and that expensive measures will not be needed in many cases - with substantial value for widespread application at savings for the common good. Some of the advanced clean technologies are of potential application in federal strategies as announced for Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan and Syria in helping successfully accomplish aid missions in the rapid on-site provision of power, water, sanitation and clean-up.

    We can supply documentation, descriptions and other data - to the extent that proprietary information and intellectual property are protected – for your due diligence. We fully expect this information to enable uptake of these proposals into policy by this government for implementation during your present term in public office. In 2007, we received an inquiry to model the potential scope of worldwide benefits provided from implementation of clean energy science & technology. For global clean-up and surface revitalization alone, we forecast over a 10-15 years, an international demand of about US$ 150 billion, with the creation of about 650,000 jobs. By way of comparison, to attain a similar goal with current technology, the cost would exceed US$ 2 Trillion. ... Similar types of new vistas are open for energy provision, for generation and deployment of clean on-site, on-demand, quality water (mostly from advanced atmospheric systems at costs and requirements well below current methods). So the potential of new development horizons and employment can accrue with each series of applications and good thorough planning.

    National Task Force scenario

    One scenario involves, as first planned by several Senators after a national science policy review, a “Futures Secretariat” under the direct purview of the Prime Minister’s Office /Privy Council Office. With the superimposition of the exercises with National Research Council of Canada, and international networking and consultation in our network, we consider the setting up of a “National Task Force”. Its activities and nature as described below in two tables(2)..." 

    Read the full document for more details on the following topics:

    Advances in Process and Systems: examples confirmed by PACE scientific participants

    1. Electrical Transmission cost savings
    2. Production of stand-alone electric energy
    3. Ultra efficient Propulsion technology for vehicles, transit, wheelchairs, aircraft, drones
    4. Water as a fuel
    5. Ultra-rapid on-site nuclear waste decontamination
    6: Waste water / waste ponds clean-up

    Canadians are encouraged by the recent (Apr 12, 2018) government announcing the creation of the Expert Panel on Sustainable Finance "to help Canada tap into trillion-dollar opportunity from clean growth and climate action" (see PRESS RELEASE PR Newswire). PACE's hope is that the earlier submissions to the government officials (mentioned above) have also contributed to this pivotal government initiative and they reiterate their readiness to help with concrete action items (see the 2018 documents in the archive). 

    Since the commitment is for the Expert Panel to complete their work and provide recommendations to the federal government by the fall of 2018 and the urgency and importance of seriously tackling the move to low carbon economy worldwide, we, the citizens of this country, demand the Expert Panel consult all the reputable organizations out there that offered to help, such as PACE, and provide details to the tax paying public of the outcome of this consultation process. 




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    If governments don’t act decisively by 2035 to fight climate change, humanity could cross a point of no return after which limiting global warming below 2°C in 2100 will be unlikely, according to a new study by scientists in the UK and the Netherlands. The research also shows the deadline to limit warming to 1.5°C has already passed, unless radical climate action is taken. The study is published today in the European Geosciences Uni0n journal Earth System Dynamics.


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