Already one of the world’s top ten producers of hydrogen, Canada is at the forefront of the global effort to develop a sustainable hydrogen economy
The events of the past three years – and more acutely, the past three weeks – have shattered the logic on which Canada has based its approach to climate resilience.
This year's coast-to-coast wildfires in Canada have already emitted an estimated one-and-a-half billion tonnes of CO2. That's triple the annual climate pollution from burning fossil fuels in Canada. It's more than the combined emissions from 100 nations. And there are still months of fire season looming ahead.
As Canada gets closer to implementing a national flood insurance program, the federal government has an opportunity to send the right signals about preparing for the effects of climate change, says one adaptation researcher.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) office responsible for protecting the public from toxic substances has changed how it defines PFAS for a second time since 2021, a move critics say they fear will exclude thousands of “forever chemicals” from regulation and largely benefit industry.
It’s hard to escape the sense that the old-fashioned office is in trouble these days as employees continue to work from home and some companies try to shave square footage to cut costs.
The British Columbia government has changed its tune on a long-requested investigation into contamination from mines flowing into U.S. waters, opening the door to progress on an issue that has drawn the attention of President Joe Biden.
The Canadian office market will remain soft for the next 12 to 18 months as the industry continues to adjust to the hybrid work model, the latest report from Colliers Real Estate Management Services Canada says.