WEBINAR: Understanding the fundamentals of fission and fusion

Today's guest, Axel Meisen, explains nuclear fission and fusion, and the significant contributions each is expected to make for meeting the increasing global demand

Today's guest, Axel Meisen, explains nuclear fission and fusion, and the significant contributions each is expected to make for meeting the increasing global demand, and decarbonization, of energy in the long term. The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below. Bios of our moderator and today’s guest: Eddy…

WEBINAR: Balancing energy, environment and the economy

Today's guest, David Parker, discusses among other things, the importance of aligning political will, the truth and the public

The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below. Bios of our moderator and today’s guest: Eric Newell Moderator Eric Newell’s career began with Imperial Oil and Esso, where his skills as an engineer and manager made him a valuable asset. He was frequently sent “on loan” to sites…

WEBINAR: Decarbonization: The dilemna for Canada

Our second episode in our 10-part series on decarbonization features Hal Kvisle, former CEO of Talisman Energy

The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below. Bios of our moderator and today’s guest: Eric Newell Moderator Eric Newell’s career began with Imperial Oil and Esso, where his skills as an engineer and manager made him a valuable asset. He was frequently sent “on loan” to sites…

WEBINAR: The forces and sources of change in the global energy economy

The first episode in our 10-part series on decarbonization

Our guest, Dennis McConaghy, makes a strong case for Canada to set “adaptation” as a national goal, disbelieving that containing a 1.5-degree increase in the global temperature by 2050 can be achieved. He argues that attaining Net-Zero emissions through decarbonization has unacceptable costs and is not achievable. He argues that balancing imports/exports and setting a punitive…

WEBINAR: Indo-Pacific energy demand to 2050

The final episode in our four-part Indo-Asia series features Jeff Kucharski. The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below. Bios of our moderator and today’s guest: Gary Mar Gary Mar is President and CEO of the Canada West Foundation. An accomplished and respected leader, Gary brings deep experience…

WEBINAR: The challenges doing business in Indo-Asia

The third episode in our four-part Indo-Asia series features Jian Zhang. The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below. Bios of our moderator and today’s guest: Gary Mar Gary Mar is President and CEO of the Canada West Foundation. An accomplished and respected leader, Gary brings deep experience…

WEBINAR: Canadian agriculture and energy export opportunities in Indo-Asia

The second of four episodes to explore the Indo-Asia economy and Canadian export opportunities in agriculture and energy. The second episode features Gordon Houlden, Director Emeritus of the China Institute, Professor of Political Science and Adjunct Professor of the Alberta School of Business at the University of Alberta. The series was produced by KEI Network…

WEBINAR: Exploring business opportunities in Indo-Asia

The first of four episodes explores the Indo-Asia economy and Canadian export opportunities in agriculture and energy. The first episode features a presentation by LU Xu, the Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in Calgary. She is quite forthright in clarifying misinformation about China and its interest in doing business with Canada. The…

WEBINAR: Business opportunities for Canadian exports to China

Final episode in our series China Now

When it comes to China, separating fact from friction is no easy task. But that is the task of our CHINA NOW series. Each of our four episodes features an expert exploring China today, including frank discussions about doing business there and about emerging opportunities. The series moderator is Doug Horner, former Alberta Deputy Premier…

WEBINAR: What’s it like to live in China?

Episode #3 of our 4-part series

When it comes to China, separating fact from friction is no easy task. But that is the task of our CHINA NOW series. Each of our four episodes features an expert exploring China today, including frank discussions about doing business there and about emerging opportunities. The series moderator is Doug Horner, former Alberta Deputy Premier…

China’s economic impact on Canada

Episode #2 of our series

When it comes to China, separating fact from friction is no easy task. But that is the task of our CHINA NOW series. Each of our four episodes features an expert exploring China today, including frank discussions about doing business there and about emerging opportunities. The series moderator is Doug Horner, former Alberta Deputy Premier…

Doing business with China – separating fact from friction

First in our webinar series "CHINA NOW"

When it comes to China, separating fact from friction is no easy task. But that is the task of our CHINA NOW series. Each of our four episodes features an expert exploring China today, including frank discussions about doing business there and about emerging opportunities. The series moderator is Doug Horner, former Alberta Deputy Premier…

The building of the Atomic Bomb Part 4

Until his death in 1970, Maj. Gen. Leslie R. Groves never had a single regret about the lives that were lost as a result of the Manhattan Project

The building of the Atomic Bomb Part 4Right up until practically the last minute, only an elite few knew about the building, testing and ultimate plans to drop the bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. When the "gadget" was about to be tested, Maj. Gen. Leslie R. Groves – who ran the project from its inception – tried to explain it as the…

The building of the Atomic Bomb Part 3

The majority of people who worked on the Manhattan Project were only told what they needed to know to do their jobs

The building of the Atomic Bomb Part 3While Oak Ridge, Tenn., would make U-235, the fuel for the Hiroshima atomic bomb, Maj. Gen. Leslie R. Groves looked for a site in the West that was far from population centres. It also needed a generous supply of electricity to run the bomb factories and water to cool the reactors. Hanford, Wash., downriver from…
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