Getting the Lead Out
Lithium-ion battery manufacturer growing market for material handling applications.
Electric vehicle sales surge, putting B.C. on track for emission reductions
(CP) VICTORIA – Electric vehicles are selling in record…
Moolec launches new animal-free solutions
Moolec Science expands its meat-focused portfolio for alternative proteins…
Trivium Packaging accelerates climate change commitment
Trivium Packaging pledged to set science-based targets to help…
Poland plans to speed up move to clean and nuclear energy
(AP) WARSAW, Poland – Poland’s government has adopted a…
EPRA encourages recycling of electronics
The Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) is a not-for-proft organization that focusses on the proper recycling of electronic products to ensure health and safety is not compromised when dealing with these items.
New York state wants a green energy `superhighway.’ Hydro Quebec says it can help
Hydro-Quebec wants to help New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo…
General Motors New Brand Identity
General Motors has created a new brand identity that…
Global water resources to provide services to Nikola’s zero emission truck plant
Global Water Resources, Inc., a pure-play water resource management…
Experts probe Elmira chemical manufacturing site for groundwater contamination
ELMIRA _ More than 30 years after the cancer-causing…
$250M facility to help NJ lead offshore wind power industry
Offshore wind turbines at the Paulsboro Marine Terminal on the Delaware River
Batchewana First Nation to get water plant
Project to be completed on First Nation in northern Ontario next year
Clean energy group outlines path to reducing freight emissions
Pembina Institute calls for a national strategy to facilitate the shipping industry’s transition to zero-emission vehicles.
Governments investing in $875M biofuel plant project in Montreal
Varennes Carbon Recyling project uses technology developed by Enerkem to process non-recyclable materials.
Crombie leaves Ontario role over proposed environment laws
Contends Schedule 6 would expand ministerial authority on zoning and other potentially sensitive environmental issues.
TransAlta acquires a stake in EMG and its wastewater technology
PurEffluent produces a biogas stream that can be used as fuel to generate electricity.
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.
EU greenhouse gas emissions down 24% since 1990: report
With coronavirus pandemic, the commission expects emissions to fall an unprecedented 8% this year.
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.
May be no need for Trans Mountain expansion: Canada Energy Regulator
Under an evolving scenario, Line 3 alone is enough added capacity to handle an 15% increase before peaking in 2039.
Public could be on the hook for costs of decommissioning NL offshore
…but how much of it will be borne by taxpayers is not public information.
Boralex consolidates ownership in three wind farms with CDPQ stake
They have long-term power purchase agreements with Hydro-Quebec Distribution, expiring between 2032 and 2033.
Trudeau to tout climate and trade at Asia-Pacific economic summit
…but Canada’s tensions with China and the US-China dispute threaten to overshadow the meeting.
Peak Renewables buys Canfor forest tenure, idled mills in Fort Nelson
Multi-year $30-million deal with wood pellet manufacturer requires provincial BC government approval.
Electrifying Canada’s bus fleets needs $3B a year: Transit group
$1.5 billion set aside to get 5,000 electric school and transit buses on the road in Canada by 2025.
Ford adding 350 jobs at 2 plants to make electric vehicles
500 workers between the Kansas City Assembly Plant the Rouge Electric Vehicle Center.
Ottawa welcomes president elect Joe Biden as ally in climate fight
McKenna notes Biden’s promise to have the US rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement after it left the treaty last week.
Regulatory gaps in seafood supply chain pose threat: Oceana Canada
Report says they’re unwittingly contributing to illicit seafood fishing and trade.
Hundreds of coal mining jobs to end as Transalta switches to natural gas
Will result in hundreds of mine job losses as employment drops to 40 to 50 people involved in reclamation work.
$150M for shovel-ready projects in Alberta that cut emissions
Federal and provincial joint funding targets rapid job creation, economic opportunities.
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.
Inquiry into Alberta oil and gas critics extended to Jan. 31
Looking at foreign interests bankrolling campaigns against fossil fuel development.