CREATE SEED initiative to tackle e-waste and promote eco-design
Will optimize reclaiming valuable materials while rethinking how the electronics supply chain functions.
Suncor Energy facing environmental charges for refinery incident
Related to contravening a term or condition of an approval relating to a July 2018 incident.
Tesla picks Texas site for second US vehicle assembly plant
Austin gets the nod to build upcoming Cybertruck pickup, and second US site for the Model Y small SUV.
Invest $50B in green projects for post-pandemic stimulus: experts
Biggest ticket proposal is $27 billion for retrofitting buildings to be more energy efficient.
New pipelines and mines must show path to ‘net zero’
The Impact Assessment Act was passed before the last election to overhaul how federal environmental assessments are done
Nexii is building three new green construction plants
Production facilities in Toronto, Alberta and Hazelton, Pa. will create 450 jobs.
Innergex acquires six operating wind farms in the US
The $77.3 million deal with Terna Energy involves a total installed capacity of 138 megawatts.
Aid for energy heavily fossil-weighted in COVID-19 response
Ottawa and the provinces have put very little on the table to help clean-tech companies.
Trump reins in major environmental law to speed big projects
Environmental groups say the regulatory rollbacks threaten public health and make it harder to curb global warming.
McCain Foods focuses on more sustainable French fries
Three Farms of the Future will showcase how regenerative farming practices and the latest agricultural technology can be implemented at scale.
Air Transat signs deal to use jet fuel made from captured CO2
SAF+ Consortium is setting up a pilot plant in Montreal to make the kerosene used for synthetic jet fuel.
Transdev Canada adds 27 electric school buses to its Quebec fleet
Global transportation company plans to electrify 100% of its Quebec school buses by 2025.
Scientists criticize Alberta’s monitoring suspension, lack of consultation
Most of it could have been done safely, says Jay White, president of the Alberta Society of Professional Biologists.
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.
Greta pushes Canada, Norway, on climate before UN Security Council vote
Wants commitment to no new oil and gas exploration or production, and phase out existing production.