Thursday, October 28, 2021

Tag: climate change

RBC releases report on the $2 trillion transition to net zero

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The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Economics and Thought Leadership team set out on a year-long research project to map out some of the...

Tree Canada adds to urban canopy on National Tree Day

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Today, Tree Canada, the only national non-profit organization dedicated to planting and nurturing trees in rural and urban environments, will plant 3,000 trees in...

U of T launches new Master of Environment and Sustainability program

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The University of Toronto is opening the application process for its new Master of Environment & Sustainability (MES) for Fall 2022 through an online...

Report reveals Montreal Protocol averted additional global warming

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The Montreal Protocol, which phased out the use of ozone-depleting chemicals, not only saved the ozone layer, but also staved off an additional 2.5...

University of Ottawa appoints director of planetary health

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As part of the University of Ottawa's efforts in sustainability and social accountability, the Faculty of Medicine has appointed Dr. Husein Moloo as Director...

Yukon’s first Clean Future report released

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A report on Yukon’s progress towards implementing the climate change, energy, and green economy commitments found in the Our Clean Future strategy is now...

Urgency for climate change action is surging but public confidence is...

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The University of Ottawa's Positive Energy program released new survey results tracking Canadians' views about action on climate change. The results provide a timely...

$796 million to protect biodiversity and combat climate change

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The federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, Jonathan Wilkinson, announced up to $796 million in funding to...

Crisis Communication: How to Turn a Code Red into Climate...

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By Connie Vitello This week the world’s leading authority on global climate change issued a “code red.” This comes as no surprise to Canadians who...

Provinces and Territories Unprepared to Achieve Significant GHG Reductions

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Though Canada’s provinces and territories hold much of the power over the country’s energy resources, new research shows that the majority lack the policy...
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