1. Higher Ground: High tech or resource industry do we have to choose? (E41)

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    Often traditional media pits the tech industry against the resource industry, implying that it’s either one or the other. Tech and software development is celebrated as the new economy, while resources are framed as the old. But is that true? Find out in our interview with Mansi Tandon, an R&D engineer for Nanozen, a Vancouver start-up specializing in producing high tech for the resource sector. Watch Higher Ground by ResourceWorks.com.

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    • Snippet: High tech or resource industry do we have to choose? (E41)

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      Often traditional media pits the tech industry against the resource industry, implying that it’s either one or the other. Tech and software development is celebrated as the new economy, while resources are framed as the old. But is that true? Find out in our interview with Mansi Tandon, an R&D engineer for Nanozen, a Vancouver start-up specializing in producing high tech for the resource sector. Watch Higher Ground by ResourceWorks.com.

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      • Higher Ground: Bridging the conservation gap (E40)

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        Can you have a sustainable natural resource sector and still preserve the environment? The answer is yes, according to Marian Adair habitat ecologist for the Nature Trust of British Columbia. For over 44-years this organization has worked to acquire and manage lands for conservation and bio-diversity. At the recent SheTalks Resources event, Adair shares how she thinks the resource sector and conservation efforts can work together—only on this week’s Higher Ground by ResourceWorks.com.

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        • Higher Ground || The Documentary

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          A one minute preview of the full length documentary forthcoming Spring 2016 following the history and growth of the venue Higher Ground in South Burlington, VT.

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          • Snippet: Urban disconnect (E39)

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            More than 120,000 British Columbians are directly employed by the resource sector, but if you ask people that live in urban centers, it’s likely they would know very little about it. There is a disconnect between urbanites and the resource sector and it’s putting people’s jobs at risk. People like Mark Gordienko and Rob Ashton from the International Longshore and Warehouse Union. The ILWU represents over 6,000 rank-and-file workers in BC and both Rob and Mark believe an assault on the resource sector is threatening good paying union jobs. Hear what they have to say this week on Higher Ground by ResourceWorks.com.

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            • Higher Ground: Urban disconnect (E39)

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              More than 120,000 British Columbians are directly employed by the resource sector, but if you ask people that live in urban centers, it’s likely they would know very little about it. There is a disconnect between urbanites and the resource sector and it’s putting people’s jobs at risk. People like Mark Gordienko and Rob Ashton from the International Longshore and Warehouse Union. The ILWU represents over 6,000 rank-and-file workers in BC and both Rob and Mark believe an assault on the resource sector is threatening good paying union jobs. Hear what they have to say this week on Higher Ground by ResourceWorks.com.

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              • SNIPPET -2 Higher Ground: Protests, Process and Politics the NEB confronts public concern over pipelines (E38)

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                Activists opposing Kinder Morgan’s proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion protested on Burnaby Mountain last fall and placed the National Energy Board in its cross hairs. The NEB regulates pipelines in Canada and is under fire over its pipeline review process and what protesters claim is a lack of public consultation and indifference by the regulator to climate change. What’s the NEB’s response? Find out in our exclusive interview with NEB Chairman Peter Watson, this week on Higher Ground by ResourceWorks.com.

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                • SNIPPET -1 Higher Ground: Protests, Process and Politics the NEB confronts public concern over pipelines (E38)

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                  Activists opposing Kinder Morgan’s proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion protested on Burnaby Mountain last fall and placed the National Energy Board in its cross hairs. The NEB regulates pipelines in Canada and is under fire over its pipeline review process and what protesters claim is a lack of public consultation and indifference by the regulator to climate change. What’s the NEB’s response? Find out in our exclusive interview with NEB Chairman Peter Watson, this week on Higher Ground by ResourceWorks.com.

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                  • Higher Ground: Protests, Process and Politics the NEB confronts public concern over pipelines (E38)

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                    Activists opposing Kinder Morgan’s proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion protested on Burnaby Mountain last fall and placed the National Energy Board in its cross hairs. The NEB regulates pipelines in Canada and is under fire over its pipeline review process and what protesters claim is a lack of public consultation and indifference by the regulator to climate change. What’s the NEB’s response? Find out in our exclusive interview with NEB Chairman Peter Watson, this week on Higher Ground by ResourceWorks.com.

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                    • Higher Ground: Natural Runners (E37)

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                      Naked without resources was demonstrated in shocking delight at this year’s Vancouver Sun Run, as Resource Work’s ‘Natural Runners’ bared it all (mostly) for the tens of thousands of fellow athletes and onlookers. The goal? Raise public awareness about the importance of the natural resource sector in BC. Check out the fun, only on this week’s Higher Ground by ResourceWorks.com.

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