Saturday, July 2, 2022

Tag: COVID-19

Largest Coastal Cleanup in B.C. Continues with New Funds

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British Columbia's largest coastal marine debris cleanup has resulted in over 127 tonnes of marine debris removed from B.C.’s central coast and Queen Charlotte...

Ontario Supports Air Monitoring Tech to Detect COVID

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The Ontario government is providing CEM Specialties Inc. (CEMSI) $2 million through the Ontario Together Fund to help commercialize and accelerate production of its airborne...

Report and Roundtable on Corporate ESG Trends

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Sixteen years after the first Global 100 ranking, and one year after a global pandemic, there are clear indications that corporations that "do good"...

New Carbon Budget Framework to Calculate Climate Deadlines

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A professor from Concordia University has outlined a more comprehensive method of calculating how much carbon dioxide (CO2) Canada can emit and still meet...

Top 10 Climate Change Weather Stories of 2020

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Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Senior Climatologist, David Phillips, and Physical Science Specialist, Chantal McCartin, have released the 25th annual edition of Canada’s Top...

Environment Professor Invested into the Order of Canada

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Six Canadians made history yesterday when they were invested into the Order of Canada by the Governor General of Canada, in the first virtual...

UBC Develops Renewable Resources for COVID-19 Recovery

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The University of British Columbia (UBC) BioProducts Institute is working to ensure that the response to the COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t derail sustainability goals. As part...

International Report on COVID-19 Recovery and Climate Crisis

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Urgent action is needed to protect homes, clean air and build resilience, according to a recent report published by the World Health Organization. The international...

Greenbelt Council Controversy in Ontario Over Recovery Bill

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The Ontario government is continuing to pursue plans to push forward controversial legislation while it announced funding for wetlands today, despite seven members of...

Regulations to Reduce Methane Emissions

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New regulations have been introduced to reduce methane emissions apply to oil and gas production activities in three provinces. Minister of Environment and Climate Change,...
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