Donald Trump is back stateside after his impolitic trip to the NATO Summit and his warm embrace of Vladimir Putin.
With Trump kicking dirt all over Europe and nuzzling up to Putin, it was easy to miss his words about energy during the trip. He made a few comments about natural gas that hint at America’s evolving relationship with Russia and Europe.
We’ll discuss the Trump-infused energy geopolitics tying Europe, Russia and America together.
Then, Ontario is facing its own political shakeup. New Premier Doug Ford is canceling wind contracts, ending cap-and-trade, and throwing out the CEO and board of the province’s biggest utility. Where is Ontario headed?
Finally, Apple is making it easier for its suppliers to invest in solar. What does this tell us about the power that big corporations wield in the renewables transition?
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