Province sticks to original timeline to reduce GHG emissions by 80% of 2007 levels by 2050.
Cooking oil, graphene among prize entry ideas aimed at power plants.
Co-lead is one of Canada’s most prominent environmental activists, Tzeporah Berman.
Report suggests government would spend $3.8 billion on grants, rebates and subsidies to retrofit buildings.
Companies are working to develop technology that uses carbonate fuel cells to generate power while capturing CO2.
Energy producer says it will provide information about how it expects “to succeed in a low carbon future.”
But government says it’s on track to capture 800,000 tonnes of CO2 this year.
Upcoming ministers meeting with trudeau unlikely to come up with a national plan.
CEAA found the project and upstream activities would produce considerable amounts of CO2 annually.
Quebec City clean tech company will commercialize a 300-tonne CO2 project.
Carbon-price rebates and “green” investments are only the start of changes ahead as the province readies its spring budget.
Justin Trudeau suggests investment and innovation are necessary to successfully transition to low-carbon economy.
Threat or opportunity?
Prime Minister Trudeau commits to meeting with premiers within three months to hammer out Canada’s emission targets.
German automaker says almost all of the nine models correspond to original CO2 figures