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Andrew Nikiforuk says our use of fossil fuel is modern-day slavery

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In his new book The Energy of Slaves, author Andrew Nikiforuk argues that our fossil fuel powered machines are modern day versions of slaves: they cook our food, transport us great distances and we are completely dependent on them. He speaks with Andrew Kurjata about the moral implications of B.C.'s focus on energy production and use.

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