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September 22, 2021  

The Velux Group and Schneider Electric extend partnership

The Velux Group and Schneider Electric announced a new extended partnership

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September 3, 2021  

FLO launches EV charging stations at an Illinois high school

FLO launches first electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in

News Energy General
July 16, 2021  

Suncor releases 2021 Sustainability and Climate Report

Suncor Energy released its 2021 Sustainability and Climate Report. The reports

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June 10, 2021  

Ford Looks for Lightning Strike with Electric F-150

Electric vehicles are nothing new, they have been around much longer than many people realize. Innovators who have tried to make electricity work in a vehicle, have usually come up against a number of prohibiting factors, with cost usually being on top, but another major factor being consumer adoption.

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June 4, 2021  

Cascades launches its fourth sustainability action plan

In the context of the upcoming World Environment Day, Cascades

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May 12, 2021  

It takes all hands on deck, working together and across borders, to tackle climate change

The Biden administration is off to a bumpy start

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April 6, 2021  

Trivium Packaging accelerates climate change commitment

Trivium Packaging pledged to set science-based targets to help

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October 29, 2020  

Biden presidency good news for Canadian environment policy?

Gerald Butts calls it big opportunity to grow the Canadian clean energy and clean-tech footprint in the United States.

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October 15, 2020  

Supreme Court nominee deflects senators’ questions on climate change

Barrett framed acknowledgment of manmade climate change as a matter of policy, not science.

News Energy General
October 14, 2020  

EU to tackle methane gases, boost energy efficiency

Wants to slash greenhouse gas emissions to at least 55% of what they were in 1990 over the next decade.

News Energy General
October 6, 2020  

Carbon capture project would be largest in world: officials

Energy secretary calls it a game changer for fossil-fuel generation in the US and around the world.

News Government General
August 10, 2020  

Feds invests $6M in conservation projects at national parks in Ont. to fight climate change

The investment will expand on efforts to protect reptiles and amphibians in Bruce Peninsula, Georgian Bay Islands and Thousand Islands national parks

News Food & Beverage General
August 4, 2020  

HelloFresh becomes first global carbon-neutral meal kit company

The company commits to offset 100% of its direct carbon emissions from 2020 onwards

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July 2, 2020  

Building Back Better Canada Plan can create, maintain 6.3M jobs: report

The report argues it is essential that the federal government set the right policy framework to drive the transition to net-zero emissions

News Energy General
July 2, 2020  

Build a better Canada after COVID-19: Launch a fossil-free future

The choices we make now will define Canada’s — and the world’s — future

News Energy General
July 2, 2020  

100 degrees in Siberia? How Arctic heat wave follows a disturbing pattern

The Arctic is warming at roughly twice the rate of the globe as a whole

News General
June 25, 2020  

UN evaluates reports of record Arctic heat in Siberia

The area has been hit by wildfires that have driven up temperatures.

News Energy General
June 25, 2020  

Despite green pledges, Amazon’s carbon footprint grew 15%

Amazon disclosed its carbon footprint the first time last year after pressure to do more to combat climate change

News Energy General
June 24, 2020  

Thunberg has hope for climate, despite leaders’ inaction

Greta Thunberg has become a global figurehead of the youth climate movement

News Government General
June 24, 2020  

EU lagging behind on climate, gender equality goals

The bloc’s CO2 emissions were reduced by 2.7% from 2013 to 2018 but temperatures kept rising

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June 23, 2020  

Net-zero carbon emissions target a ‘moon shot’: O’Regan

Natural resources minister says the government is looking at all potential solutions to reduce carbon emissions.

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June 17, 2020  

Canada to stay engaged regardless of UN Security Council outcome: PM

It’s competing against Norway and Ireland for two seats, and the competition is expected to be heated.

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June 16, 2020  

Rolling back environmental regulations during COVID-19 is short-sighted

But these changes come with large risks, short-term environmental damage can have long-term effects.

News Government General
June 9, 2020  

How a global ocean treaty could protect biodiversity in the high seas

Good ocean governance is critical to protect these expanses from pollution, overfishing and climate change

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June 9, 2020  

Is the low-carbon future upon us now?

Without major technological breakthroughs, the costs of moving quickly to a far less carbon-intensive economy are painfully high.

News Government General
June 4, 2020  

How engineering nature turns environmental problems into global issues

Consequences of a massively connected globe are real and, unfortunately, not limited to pandemics.

News Energy General
June 4, 2020  

Green income trusts could accelerate Canada’s energy transition

Could give private investors incentives to massively scale up investments in new low-carbon energy technologies.

News Food & Beverage General
May 19, 2020  

Longer growing seasons have limited effect on combating climate change

If plant growth keeps increasing, length of the growing season could remove CO2 emissions from the atmosphere.

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May 7, 2020  

Experts warn of increasing car use, loss of transit routes post crisis

Transit providers face sharp revenue declines; new public aversion to shared spaces could extend into the long-term.

News General
April 28, 2020  

Study of Arctic Ocean shows top of the world changing

The Arctic Ocean may be changing faster than any other water body on Earth.

News Manufacturing General
April 23, 2020  

As people stay home, Earth turns wilder and cleaner

March air pollution is down around the world and more wildlife spottings.

News Government General
April 16, 2020  

Canada’s emissions count jumped 15M tonnes in 2018: report

Canada’s current international commitment is to cut emissions to 70% of what they were in 2005 by 2030