2016 was actually the most promising year Canada has had on climate action in more than a decade.
Offsets can be tricky - money leaves the country to hit targets instead of staying and being used for investments in clean tech or tax rebates.
Continued development of projects with high greenhouse gas emissions is incompatible with Canada’s stated goal to help limit global temperature increases to 1.5C.
From aspiring astronauts to social entrepreneurs: Canada’s future is in good hands with these sustainability leaders of 2016.
A new report out of the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation at the University of Waterloo finds all ten provinces and Yukon are not as prepared as they could be for floods.
TransCanada is demanding that the U.S. fork over $15 billion to make up for the fact that the company didn’t get to build the Keystone XL pipeline.
What makes a sustainable product? This is a question that many companies, consumers and governments are asking, and it is also the focus of a sustainability course I teach at the School of Industrial Design at Carleton University.
Real change happens when there is a consensus across the political spectrum.