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Volume 35 November 17 2021

Sebastian Leck

COP26 indicates an accelerating timeline for the transition away from fossil fuels. Moving faster in Canada while avoiding short-term harm will become increasingly complex, writes Research Money’s managing editor Sebastian Leck.

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Declining enrolment driving changes in oil and gas university programs

Students’ concerns about climate change and sustainability — along with dropping enrolment in some oil and gas academic programs — are driving a shift in engineering and energy programming by universities in oil-producing Alberta and Newfoundland to encompass all forms of energy, sustainability and the global energy transition.

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Canadian philanthropists sign onto pledge to fund climate change action

As world leaders meet to hammer out a new green deal at COP26, philanthropies across the country are committing to taking action on climate change. They are signing onto the Canadian Philanthropic Commitment to Climate Change — a first-of-its kind funder pledge — that calls on all funders to act on climate change, regardless of their missions.

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Opinion Leader:
Dr. Ulrik Kristensen, PhD

Opinion Leader: Canada’s early focus on artificial intelligence is starting to reap commercial benefits

Canada’s early contributions and long-standing academic expertise in artificial intelligence are now generating growing funding for and revenue in AI in drug development, but the country’s AI-enabled drug development industry faces significant challenges in coming years, Dr. Ulrik Kristensen, PhD, founder and principal analyst at UK-based Emersion Insights, says in an op-ed.

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