Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Tag: George Heyman

B.C. Municipalities Empowered to Ban Single-Use Plastics

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Municipalities throughout British Columbia (B.C.) can now move more quickly to prevent plastics from polluting their communities. Under new rules, local governments can institute...

B.C. Hydrogen Strategy Provides Pathway to Clean Energy Future

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The British Columbia government has released its hydrogen strategy – a blueprint for how renewable and low-carbon hydrogen will support its climate goals and...

Report Helps B.C. Steer Toward Electric Vehicle Goals

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The province of British Columbia is charging ahead in expanding its electric vehicle (EV) charging network with more than 50 per cent of the...

Funds to Turn Old Plastic Into New Opportunities in B.C.

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Turning plastics from old car batteries into new ones, developing artificial intelligence to sort plastics for recycling, and supporting local micro-recycling facilities are among...

B.C. Coastal Cleanup Tackling Marine Debris in Partnership with Indigenous Nations

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Up to 1,200 kilometres of British Columbia's coastlines and more than 100 derelict vessels are the targets of new marine debris clean-up projects, in...

Support for Climate Action and Cleantech Sector in B.C.

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The British Columbia government is taking action on climate change by setting sectoral greenhouse gas (GHG) targets to guide emission reductions, while supporting B.C....

Projects to Protect Ecosystem Habitats in B.C.

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More than 60 projects dedicated to restoring diverse ecosystems and conserving fish, wildlife, and habitat are planned or underway throughout British Columbia. This initiative is...

B.C. Boosts Energy Efficiency with Updated Standards

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The government of British Columbia has boosted energy efficiency standards to reduce energy costs and reduce pollution. The Energy Efficiency Standards Regulation sets minimum energy...

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...

CleanBC Appoints New Members to Climate Council

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The British Columbia government is appointing three new members to the independent Climate Solutions Council to provide advice to government on meeting B.C.’s climate...
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