Sunday, January 29, 2023

Tag: Water Canada

Nature-based Healing: A little environmentally responsible conservation can go a long...

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Decisions made today at every level of government and civil society will determine the future of summer holidays and day trips to local lakes...

Water Canada announces new editor, Jennifer Smith

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Water Canada, the only national publication dedicated to water quality and stewardship in Canada, is pleased to announce that Jennifer Smith is joining the...

Building Resilience: Green Roofs Help Canadian Cities Adapt to Climate Change

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By Sasha Aguilera and Dr. Karen Liu Global warming increases the intensity and frequency of extreme weather events such as heatwaves, rainstorms, and hurricanes. This...

Innovative Green Infrastructure Solutions for Stormwater Management

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By Steven Van Haren We need to think differently about roadways. Linear roadway and street corridors are often constrained in approaches to providing traditional stormwater management...

Invitation to Participate in Linear Water Infrastructure Survey

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Water Canada and ReNew Canada, affiliate publications of Environment Journal, are inviting environmental consultants and environmental engineers for assistance in understanding current practices and...

Tracking Cancelled and Postponed Events in the Environment Industry

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The team at Environment Journal is tracking industry events across Canada that are being cancelled, postponed, or moved online as a result of the...

Environment Journal and COVID-19

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Like other businesses in Canada, we at Environment Journal are taking the necessary precautions to keep our team, our loved ones, our colleagues, and...

Staples Reduces Environmental Impact with Renewable Energy and Other Efforts

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Staples Canada recently announced that its 2020 purchase of green electricity from Bullfrog Power has reduced its total carbon footprint by 16,613 tonnes. Environment...