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News Energy General
September 22, 2021  

New UBC bioenergy facility set to pave way for carbon-negative future

A research and demonstration facility aimed at accelerating the

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June 22, 2021  

Progressive Planet appoints Vice-President of Research and Development

Progressive Planet Solutions Inc. appointed Roger Mah as Vice-President of Research

Insight Energy Government Oil & Gas Economy General Sustainability
December 3, 2020  

How to cut global emissions, boost the economy

Exporting LNG to displace coal is a powerful way to lead in helping to reduce global emissions.

News Manufacturing General Sustainability
December 1, 2020  

Nutrien calls on fertilizer industry to support climate change drive

Agriculture program will help farmers make money from their environmental efforts through the buying and selling of carbon credits.

News Energy Manufacturing General
November 12, 2020  

Shell customers can offset carbon emissions for two cents per litre

Will help energy company to produce or buy offset credits to reduce net CO2 emissions from production, refining and burning of fossil fuels.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
September 23, 2020  

Carbon price court case is about climate change, not the Constitution

What’s at stake is Canada’s ability to contribute to global climate action under the 2015 Paris Agreement.

News Manufacturing General
September 21, 2020  

Feds reluctantly OK Ontario, NB carbon prices for big emitters

Wilkinson calls their plans significantly weaker than the federal backstop, and will result in fewer emissions reductions.

News General
January 7, 2020  

New industry develops around sucking carbon dioxide out of atmosphere

Turning CO2 into a useful product that can be profitably removed from the atmosphere.

News Government Manufacturing Sustainability
December 5, 2019  

UN climate talks aim to pave way for global carbon market

Economists see it as a powerful tool that gives emitters a financial incentive to reduce greenhouse gases.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
December 4, 2019  

Wilkinson says carbon price hikes won’t be decided until 2022

His first priority will be figuring out how Canada is going to meet its target for cutting greenhouse gas emissions.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
November 26, 2019  

Quick wins needed to keep climate goals within reach: UN

Environmental Program head calls for reductions of as much as possible in 2020.

News Manufacturing General Sustainability
November 25, 2019  

Low carbon NS by 2030: EVs, renewables, heat pumps

Ecology Action Centre plan outpaces existing plans by the province’s Liberal government.

News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas General Sustainability
October 24, 2019  

Exxon low-balled carbon pricing impact on oil sands projects: Lawsuit

New York alleges investors were led to believe they faced a lower risk.

News Manufacturing General Sustainability
October 24, 2019  

Quebec hopes Trump lawsuit doesn’t force California out of carbon market

But Legault says the cap and trade system is still viable without the US state.

News Manufacturing General Sustainability
October 22, 2019  

Permafrost emits more carbon in winter than plants absorb in summer: study

Study shows world’s tundra is becoming a source of greenhouse gas emissions responsible for climate change.

News Government Manufacturing General
July 18, 2019  

SMEs can now apply for funding for energy-saving projects

Money from Climate Action Incentive Fund for companies in Ontario, New Brunswick, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

Insight Government Manufacturing Sustainability
July 8, 2019  

How Canada can tax carbon efficiently

Carbon tax should replace other, less efficient policies with the same objective and be offset by cuts in other taxes.

News Manufacturing Sustainability
June 13, 2019  

Bitcoin’s carbon footprint equal to Las Vegas

Researchers study power consumption of computers and conclude they generated 22-22.9 megatons of CO2 in 2018.

News Manufacturing General Sustainability Technology
May 30, 2019  

Enerkem a finalist for green aviation fuel challenge

The Sky’s the Limit Challenge offers $5 million prize in federal government competition.

Insight Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
May 14, 2019  

Climate change strategy offers Sheer a way to win election

How does a Liberal government that can’t campaign on its abysmal record go about gaining re-election?

Insight Government Manufacturing General
April 22, 2019  

Carbon pricing offers cold comfort

Business comes up short on the rebates and the policy will likely come up short on emissions reduction.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas Economy General
January 2, 2019  

Trudeau will hike carbon tax if he wins 2019 vote: Scheer

Says the federal environment department is planning for a carbon tax of $300 per tonne.

News General Sustainability
December 5, 2018  

BC to introduce clean climate plan as carbon emitting LNG grows

Even with $40 billion LNG export terminal at Kitimat, Horgan claims government would still meet its emissions reduction targets.

News Manufacturing Sustainability
November 21, 2018  

Quebec pact to reduce carbon footprint greeted with populist backlash

Elite decried for an ecological guilt trip when their own lifestyles were far from sustainable.

News Energy General
October 24, 2018  

Efforts to suck carbon from air must be ramped up: US report

A new US report says to plant more trees and manage forests better, conserve soils, and capture carbon.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
August 2, 2018  

Citing competitiveness pressures, feds ease carbon tax thresholds

Any plan has to be done looking at the environment and the economy together: McKenna.

News Energy Manufacturing General Sustainability
July 4, 2018  

California revives 100% carbon free energy bill

Alternative resources would include wind, solar, geothermal, small dams and others that don’t produce climate changing gases.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas Economy General Sustainability
June 27, 2018  

Carbon tax could pose costly drain on Saskatchewan economy: study

Even the most conservative scenario shows a $50 per tonne tax would reduce provincial GDP by 2.43%.

News Government Manufacturing Sustainability
June 22, 2018  

Canada focusing on existing climate plan, has no current plan to raise targets

European Union calls on the rest of the world to follow its lead and increase emissions cuts over current plans.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General Sustainability
June 20, 2018  

NS boosts oil with $11.8M for research, environmentalists criticize move

Program collects core samples and makes maps of the ocean bottom and sub-bottom.

News Manufacturing General Sustainability
June 18, 2018  

Global warming cooks up ‘a different world’ over 3 decades

World’s annual temperature has warmed nearly 1 degree F, temperature in the US has gone up nearly 1.6 degrees.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
June 13, 2018  

Ford determined to scrap Ontario’s ‘disastrous’ cap-and-trade system

His pledge is causing concern in Quebec, which shares a carbon market with Ontario and California.