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October 17, 2018

How the U.S. unleashed fossil fuel exports despite climate worries

The Trump administration's push for increased natural gas and crude oil exports picked up where the Obama White House left off
October 17, 2018

Tesla secures land in Shanghai for first factory outside U.S.

Shanghai is a centre of China's auto industry and home to state-owned Shanghai Automotive Industries Corp., the main local manufacturer for GM and VW
October 16, 2018

Industrial activities should be prohibited in marine protected areas: panel

The federal government should adopt standards developed by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, an advisory panel says

October 16, 2018

MPs debate climate change after U.N. report warns of dire consequences

Conservative MPs fought with their rivals from the Liberals, NDP and Greens over how to fight climate change
October 15, 2018

Report says mercury, PCBs still threaten Arctic; new chemicals emerging

Arctic wildlife is increasingly at the mercy of air pollutants created further south
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Shareholders must vote on Musk’s return as Tesla chairman

A court settlement allows Musk to remain CEO but requires him to relinquish his role as chairman for at least three years

Tesla releases first quarterly safety report

The company says it will publicly release accident data every quarter

Company plans to build wind turbines along Lake Ontario

Apex Clean Energy says it could have the turbines up and running by 2022

New Tesla chair must rein in CEO Musk at key moment

Musk is giving up the chairman's role under a settlement announced on Sept. 29 with the Securities and Exchange Commission

RegulationMore Regulation

How the U.S. unleashed fossil fuel exports despite climate worries

The Trump administration's push for increased natural gas and crude oil exports picked up where the Obama White House left off

Industrial activities should be prohibited in marine protected areas: panel

The federal government should adopt standards developed by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, an advisory panel says

MPs debate climate change after U.N. report warns of dire consequences

Conservative MPs fought with their rivals from the Liberals, NDP and Greens over how to fight climate change

Unicorns and pipelines: Notley and enviro activist square off on Trans Mountain

Notley was rebutting a scheduled speech made to the Alberta Teachers' Association by environmental activist Tzeporah Berman

FinancingMore Financing

Shareholders must vote on Musk’s return as Tesla chairman

A court settlement allows Musk to remain CEO but requires him to relinquish his role as chairman for at least three years

GFL Environmental buying U.S. company Waste Industries in deal valued at $3.65B

GFL, which is privately owned, has operations across Canada and in Michigan

Big money pours into fight over Washington carbon fee

The initiative would charge large carbon emitters fees on fossil fuels used or sold in the state or electricity generated within the state

Tesla without Musk at the wheel? It’s what the SEC now wants

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is asking a federal court, among other things, for an order enjoining Musk from making false and misleading statements

Environment and SafetyMore Environment and Safety

How the U.S. unleashed fossil fuel exports despite climate worries

The Trump administration's push for increased natural gas and crude oil exports picked up where the Obama White House left off

Industrial activities should be prohibited in marine protected areas: panel

The federal government should adopt standards developed by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, an advisory panel says

MPs debate climate change after U.N. report warns of dire consequences

Conservative MPs fought with their rivals from the Liberals, NDP and Greens over how to fight climate change

Report says mercury, PCBs still threaten Arctic; new chemicals emerging

Arctic wildlife is increasingly at the mercy of air pollutants created further south

SustainabilityMore Sustainability

Irving Pulp & Paper to pay $3.5M for Saint John River pollution charges

The company plead guilty to three charges of effluent discharge and for failing to meet standards under the federal Fisheries Act

Americans win economics Nobel for work on climate and growth

While the two academics worked separately, their research dovetails on an issue that has become pressing

No change to Canada’s climate plans as U.N. report warns of losing battle

Canada is aiming by 2030 to curb emissions to 30 per cent below what they were in 2005

No free lunch for renewables: More wind power would warm U.S.

Researchers say that climate change from GHG emissions is a far bigger threat globally and over the long term than turbine-caused warming, but advocates of wind power may have been ignoring growing evidence of a downside

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