The WBCSD Urban Infrastructure Initiative (UII), a groundbreaking program to promote strategic collaboration between cities and business to drive sustainable development
Canada’s Oilsands Links Emissions to Negative Health Impacts. Canada needs an Open and Honest Discussion.
Last week an Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) panel released a report confirming the odours released from a Baytex Energy Corp. oil sands processing facility may have been the cause of health complications.
While companies attending the Climate Summits at COP19 in Warsaw Poland seemed more than ready for a climate deal, the negotiations during the United Nations Climate Change Conference seemed more like no-go-tiations.
When looking at the landscape of climate change in the literal sense, we are faced with the advent of severe weather cycles, destructive storms like Hurricane Sandy and rising sea levels threatening to consume vast areas. City and state planners have their work cut out and are using technology to discover future crisis scenarios and their solutions.
Next Crisis: Canada's Unisurable Housing Market Brought to you by Extreme Weather
Recent Canadian Floods Beg for Intelligent Discussion on how to Allocate Finite Capital: Mitigation vs. Adaptation
Canada needs an informed national discussion pertaining to the optimal allocation of effort to be directed to mitigation vs. adaptation — the discussion should be based on fact, and not utopian wishful thinking.
VIDEO: Mayors Miller and Farbridge share thoughts on cities and climate change after recent TSSS event
VIDEO: Mayors Miller and Farbridge share thoughts on cities and climate change after recent TSSS event.
Filling up your car may be dangerous to your health: Will you see this at your neighbourhood gas station?
Can a campaign aimed at convincing canadians to allow climate change warnings on gas pump nozzles, change the conversation around carbon pollution.