Controllable membrane to pull CO2 out of exhaust streams
Electrically switchable system continuously separates gases without moving parts or wasted space.
EU leaders divided over new climate goals for 2030
Proposal to reduce emissions 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels, compared the current target of 40%.
Group calls on Trudeau to invest in low emissions transit
Government needs to act now to ensure Canadian bus makers remain in the country.
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.
Ballard launches first zero emissions module to power ships
Aligns with aggressive targets (50% lower) for reduction of CO2 emissions in the sector by 2050.
Canada missing target to cut methane emissions by 2025
Current regulations will only achieve a 29% cut by 2025 instead of the targeted 40% to 45%.
There aren’t enough batteries to electrify all cars — focus on trucks and buses instead
Garbage trucks, buses and the van that delivers your Amazon purchases are all prime candidates for electrification
HelloFresh becomes first global carbon-neutral meal kit company
The company commits to offset 100% of its direct carbon emissions from 2020 onwards
Feds invest $5.1M in net-zero energy community in London, Ont.
The objective of this project is to successfully construct Canada’s first large-scale, fully integrated, net-zero energy community using renewable energy and other innovations
FortisBC implementing a Clean Growth Innovation Fund
Focused on supporting innovation that reliably and economically reduces emissions.
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
Alberta ends agency created to handle green rebates and programs
Will be folded into other departments or the current Emissions Reduction Alberta.
German government agrees national hydrogen strategy
Looking to produce it from excess electricity generated by renewable energy sources.
Global EV sales increase with stringent emission norms: Frost & Sullivan
Electric vehicles estimated to grow by 8.6% year-on-year, registering 2.5 million unit sales globally in 2020.
Practical ways to tackle Canada’s emissions problems
Climate warriors spend a great deal of time condemning current practices without offering realistic solutions.