The Government of Ontario has released a proposed list of projects that will be subject to Comprehensive Environmental Assessment (EA) under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act (EAA).
New report outlines three key pillars to close gaps and better inform sustainable finance.
A second lawsuit — this one filed by Earthroots, the Canadian Environmental Law Association...
Despite the unprecedented economic and employment turbulence, climate change or global warming ranks as the number one extremely serious issue Canada currently faces.
For the first time ever, solar and wind made up the majority of new power generation in the world — marking a seismic shift in how nations get their electricity.
The nuclear industry has been stalled for years now, struggling to compete with cheaper forms of power and viewed as suspect ever since the accidents at Fukushima, Chernobyl and Three Mile Island.
Ontario Bill 197, the COVID-19 Economic Recovery Act, 2020 ("Bill 197"), makes significant changes to the Class Environmental Assessment ("EA") system in Ontario.
The Ottawa-based Climate Risk Institute will lead Ontario’s first-ever multi-sector climate change impact assessment.