Obama paints doomsday scene of climate change
US president visits Alaska in campaign to boost global action.
China, US officials pursue clean coal deal
Countries will share results as they refine technologies to capture greenhouse gases.
Obama called on Arctic drilling approval
Environmental groups say go-ahead clashes with global warming message.
Australia’s GHG target lags wealthy countries
Described as one of the world’s worst greenhouse gas emitters per capita.
Wind turbines reach new heights in Canada
They’re pushing for greater renewable energy returns
Aglukkaq dodges L Huron nuclear waste decision
Court challenge on hold, environment minister waiting until after the federal election.
Shell gets permits for limited Alaska oil exploration
Needs emergency capping stack for deeper drilling off Alaska’s northwest coast.
Nexen Energy to provide update on Alberta oil spill
Five million litres of bitumen, sand and produced water discovered July 15 near the Long Lake oil sands facility.
NS and BC partner on tidal energy
MOU says provinces will share research and related technology.
Nexen reports one duck fatality at oil spill site
Energy company believes it expired before deterrents in place.
Orbite, NRC to benchmark HPA in Li-ion batteries
NRC scientists will characterize various separator formulations.
Toyota, Nissan, Honda working together on fuel cells
Japanese automakers pledge money for hydrogen stations
United invests $30M in biofuels maker
Says it will help the airline meet US emission regulations.
Canada’s pipeline debate needs reality check
Focus on worst-case scenarios loses sight of what’s vastly more likely to happen.
Two big emitters welcome Alberta’s stronger carbon rules
Shell Canada, Capital Power say more green energy investment likely to result.
EPA outlines consequences of climate inaction
Report says action now on climate could save billions in avoided costs and save thousands of lives.
Kick the coal habit immediately: global doctor panel
Public health experts warn global warming threatens to undermine gains in development and global health.
Arctic hamlet opens eiderdown factory
Eider down sustainably collected by Inuit families from thousands of nearby nests.
Renewable energy shows record growth in power sector
135 gigawatts of capacity added from wind, solar, hydropower, but few gains are being made in heating and transport.
USDA loans promotes plant-based plastic bottles
Loans up to $250 million for projects involving development of bio-materials.
US private sector pledges $4B for climate change
Obama uses executive powers to help make such investments easier.
39 nations pledge to cut carbon prior to Paris summit
Here’s a look at what the countries say they will do to reduce emissions.
100 scientists call for oil sands moratorium
Economists, biologists, climatologists and political scientists signed the text.
G7 calls for low emissions in the energy sector
Canada and Japan reportedly worked behind the scenes to water down the statement.
Harper takes part in shortened G7 climate talks
Portion of the session on global security threats posed by Boko Haram.
China to make pledge for the global climate treaty
Treaty is supposed to be adopted at a Paris summit late this year.
Ballard extends UK fuel cell bus fleet deal
Five more years to operate zero-emission buses in London.
Oil and gas companies ‘demonize’ coal
As climate deal nears they describe themselves as a crucial part of the solution.
Tesla co-founder wants to electrify trucks
Ian Wright targets noisy, gas-guzzling, commercial vehicles that make frequent stops.
European oil and gas majors call for carbon pricing
Governments should introduce it and eventually link up carbon markets.
Plastic pollution in Great Lakes poses problems
Scientists say smaller bits attract dangerous chemicals such as pesticides.
Wynne in DC: Talks climate change, not KXL pipeline
Ontario premier promotes cap-and-trade system with California and Quebec.