As the fourth day of this year’s UN climate conference got underway, the UN chief stated: “The fossil fuel industry is finally starting to wake up, but the promises made clearly ...
Researchers from Lakehead University have found that freshwater wetlands are important nature-based solutions for the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions.
Oh, what a night! A sold out crowd of 250 environment industry colleagues came together at the Delta Marriott in the heart of Toronto for the 24th Annual Brownie Awards on Friday, November 24th, 2023.
To steal a line from Mark Twain, everyone talks about brownfield development, but few really want to do anything about it. And that’s puzzling because there’s no secret to fast-tracking brownfield reclamation and development: it just takes money. Lots of it.
The plan was to build 40 tiny homes in St. Thomas, Ont. on the site of a former brownfield. The local YWCA had all their plans and applications lined up until they hit the wall. Then their $6.7 million application for the federal government’s $1.5 billion Rapid Housing Accelerator fund was denied in favour of some of their other 700 applications.
The European Parliament is expected to approve the new directive early next year. It’s not clear whether the emission of greenhouse gasses at certain levels could constitute crimes.
Aslan Renewables, a PEI-based company founded by successful tech entrepreneur Andrew Murray, is revolutionizing renewable energy with its scalable modular dams designed to bring Canada’s 50,000 historical hydro sites back to life with modern technology.
The Federal Court recently made a big statement through its ruling in Responsible Plastic Use Coalition v. Canada (Environment and Climate Change) 2023 FC 1511 (the “Decision”),