Sunday, May 29, 2022

Stantec names carbon and climate discipline leader for buildings

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Global design firm Stantec recently appointed Beth Tomlinson the Carbon and Climate Discipline Leader for the global Buildings practice. She will lead the company’s...

GHGSat launches three more satellites to monitor GHG emissions

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GHGSat, a global leader in high-resolution greenhouse gas (GHG) monitoring from space, has recently successfully completed the launch of three satellites, GHGSat-C3 (“Luca”), C4...

Renewable-powered zero-emissions electricity is possible, modelling shows

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Reaching zero-emissions electricity by 2035 is not only possible; it can also be reliable and affordable. That’s according to a David Suzuki Foundation modelling...

First “made in Canada” list recognizing sustainable homegrown innovation

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Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) has announced its inaugural list of Canada’s Sustainability Changemakers. This new distinction will be awarded annually to a select...

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Stantec names carbon and climate discipline leader for buildings

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Global design firm Stantec recently appointed Beth Tomlinson the Carbon and Climate Discipline Leader for the global Buildings practice. She will lead the company’s...

GHGSat launches three more satellites to monitor GHG emissions

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GHGSat, a global leader in high-resolution greenhouse gas (GHG) monitoring from space, has recently successfully completed the launch of three satellites, GHGSat-C3 (“Luca”), C4...

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