The scarcity of women in the environment sector and working in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) positions is an ongoing concern.
Over 80 per cent of Canadians lives in cities. Our health depends on environmental factors such as air quality, transportation options, and access to healthy food, green space, safe and affordable housing, and social services.
For environmental organizations across Canada, the cost and sometime lengthy process of hiring can be difficult. ECO Canada’s employment programs offer support by providing wage subsidies of up to 80 per cent to eligible environmental employers across Canada.
ECO Canada, the steward of the Canadian environmental workforce, has recently released “A Green Economic Recovery...
As SLR Consulting released its figures for FY19, the year that changed everything – 2020 – was already drawing to a close.
Changes to the site identification provisions in the Environmental Management Act and Contaminated Sites Regulation came into effect on February 1.