Thursday, August 11, 2022

Tag: emissions

WSP Canada launches new partnership with Marion Thénault

WSP Canada (WSP) is announcing a unique partnership with Canadian freestyle skier and Olympic medalist Marion Thénault, which is focused on supporting her dreams...

Sustainable energy and methane capture initiatives launched

The Government of Saskatchewan is continuing to support responsible energy production with two initiatives that enhance Saskatchewan-specific data and ensure the province remains one...

National Automobile Initiative for Zero-Emission by 2035

To build a cleaner, more prosperous economy that fights climate change and creates good jobs, the Government of Canada is taking action to cut...

Carbon Pricing vs. Carbon Tax: Understanding the Difference

By Natalie Yelton When the carbon dioxide (CO2) we emit costs money, we generally produce less of it. Economists worldwide point to carbon pricing as the...

New National Energy and Emissions Database Launched

The Ministry of Natural Resources is supporting the development of the Municipal Energy and Emission Database (MEED), an integrated geospatial platform that tracks greenhouse gas...

Ontario Gasoline to be 15 Per Cent Renewable by 2030

The Ontario government is making gasoline that drivers use every day cleaner by becoming the first province to require fuel suppliers to increase the...

Emissions Reduction Initiative at the University of Guelph

Member of Parliament for Guelph, Lloyd Longfield, on behalf of the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, announced an investment of approximately $640,000 from...