The scarcity of women in the environment sector and working in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) positions is an ongoing concern.
Canada's climate is changing, bringing new risks for its roads, buildings, water pipes, ports, and transmission lines.
Canadian lenders and borrowers are increasingly turning to sustainable-linked loans ahead of potential regulations from the banking supervisor to deal with climate change.
Investors and regulators are upping the ante on environmental, social, and governance (“ESG”) disclosure, especially regarding climate change.
An update to the Mining Association of Canada’s standard changes how companies should tackle risks and opportunities from climate change.
Brownfield regeneration poses unique challenges to cities around the world; climate change and sea-level rise (SLR) make the regeneration of waterfront sites increasingly complex.
Canada could be more than $100 billion poorer by 2050, warns a chief economist at Swiss Re.
Budget 2021 represents the federal government’s “plan for a green recovery that fights climate change, helps more than 200,000 Canadians make their homes greener, builds a netzero economy...
Tightening building standards could mean it’s curtain call for glass towers. Some innovators say otherwise.
Canada's Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said 19 April the government will spend C$17.6 billion (US$14 billion) on "green recovery" programs for FY 2021/22...
Google Earth has managed to add the element of time to their geographical data. The first thing that you will notice on their time-lapse maps is how humans have changed the planet.
ECO Canada, the steward of the Canadian environmental workforce, has recently released “A Green Economic Recovery...
Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna has announced a $1.5-billion program designed to spur green building through retrofits, upgrades and new construction of public institutions.
Alberta's Jason Kenney became the fourth Canadian premier to sign an agreement supporting the development of small modular nuclear reactors (SMRs) in Canada.
If the last 10 years of happy developments in solar power, wind turbines, batteries and electric vehicles have taught us anything, it's to plan for carbon-free technologies that are unavailable today.
Books, reports and articles about climate change, sustainable development and corporate social responsibility are becoming ever more frequent as the United States rejoins the Paris Agreement.
Although many human activities have clear negative effects on the natural world, there are also unforeseen consequences