Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Tag: Connie Vitello

Picturesque, carbon-conscious inspiration from Costa Rica

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Costa Rica had been on my bucket list for years. But work deadlines, family obligations, hockey tournaments, and pandemic roadblocks have taken precedence. Sound...

Contaminated Sites: Contemplating best practices and policies to support cleanup...

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Canada’s record on contaminated sites cleanups has been controversial at times. The notorious Sydney Tar Ponds in Nova Scotia comes to mind. However, it...

Environmental Law Moot: Exclusive insight into how legal experts contemplate...

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We’ve all read about high profile, complex environmental cases, usually after the decision is released. Ever wonder how an environmental case is forged and...

Feds support ecosystem restoration on Toronto waterfront

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Today, on Earth Day, the sun was shining and the birds were singing as Julie Dabrusin, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Natural Resources...

Major milestone recognized at Randle Reef remediation project

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Today the partners involved in the cleanup of Randle Reef — the largest remediation project in the Canadian Great Lakes — highlighted the completion...

Celebrating female leadership in the Canadian environment sector

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The number of women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) post-secondary programs and careers is on the rise. One study indicates that 43.6 per...

Decarbonizing Canada: Climate experts examine strategies toward net zero

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The wildfires have been burning, too many towns have been flooding, and the permafrost in the north is melting. Canadians are more motivated than...

Making Meaningful Progress: Indigenous inclusivity in the Canadian environment sector

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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...

Weathering the Storm: Canadian standards to boost climate resilience

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Developed away from the political arena, standards offer government and industry an objective option for addressing some of today’s most pressing issues. The diverse,...

Environment Journal recognized as finalist for COPA 2021 award

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