Tag: Andrea Zanon

The Rise of Green Unicorns: Can Canada become a cleantech leader?

0
By Andrea Zanon With the surge of climate-focused startups achieving billion-dollar valuations, does Canada have the potential to become a global cleantech leader? Green unicorns are...

The balancing act of oil and clean energy investment

0
By Andrea Zanon Last year, both the United States and Canada have increased their oil and gas production, reaching record targets and profits. In fact,...

Contemplating the clean energy transition on the path to COP28

0
The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) latest energy projections put ongoing fossil fuels expansion in Canada under the spotlight. The IEA’s World Energy Outlook report...

A pivotal COP28 ahead and why it matters

0
Canada's Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Steven Guilbeault, is currently traveling to participate in the 7th Ministerial on Climate Action on the road...

World Bank selects Wall Street CEO to address climate and sustainable...

0
As Ajay Banga, a former Wall Street CEO, was chosen as the World Bank's new President, it will be interesting to learn more about...

What to expect from the COP27 climate summit

0
We are just a few weeks away from 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, more commonly referred to as COP27. This year, the 27th global...

Megadroughts and massive impacts to environment and economy  

0
Drought is a slow-moving natural disaster, a kind of creeping phenomenon, which destroys livelihood and economies, but the impacts of which show up over...

Green tech investment could reach $5 trillion by 2025

0
For Canadian and global markets, sustainable business is the only way forward and companies that do not participate in decarbonization will lose out. Green...

Davos delivers on private sector commitment to decarbonize

0
The November 2021 Climate Summit (COP26) in Glasgow consolidated the momentum toward a transition to green growth and a decarbonized economy. Unsurprisingly, this involved...

Canadians can learn from global community about capitalizing on green growth

0
The economic cost caused by weather events in Canada is increasing, and according to regional modelers, the damage and losses are rising faster than in...