Saturday, July 2, 2022

Tag: Connie Vitello Harding

Making Meaningful Progress: Indigenous inclusivity in the Canadian environment sector

Canada’s environmental sector is forecast to see 173,000 net environmental job openings by 2025 — but effectively filling these roles may be a challenge. Creating a...

Environment Journal recognized as finalist for COPA 2021 award

Environment Journal is pleased to announce that it has been recognized by the Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPAs) as a finalist in the category...

Hot Topic: How do the Campaign Climate Action Strategies Stack Up?

This summer, Canada has experienced some of the hottest temperatures in its recorded history, with wildfires in British Columbia and Ontario and devastating drought...

Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna Makes Big Moves for a Green Recovery

How Minister of Infrastructure and Communities Catherine McKenna is supporting a cleaner, greener, more inclusive Canada. By Connie Vitello Catherine McKenna presented a confident keynote address...

Unpaving Paradise: Green Infrastructure Policies to Build Back Better

The Canadian government has informed the country of its plan to develop all future infrastructure through a green lens. This is a key pillar...

Ontario Environment Minister: Cleantech Companies Helping Address Most Pressing Concerns

On September 24, 2020, Jeff Yurek, Ontario’s Minister of Environment, Conservation and Parks, addressed the first virtual Environment and Cleantech Business + Policy Forum...

Contemplating Climate Change Action and Economic Recovery on Earth Day

Today marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day in Canada and around the world. This year, with the onset of the global pandemic, the...