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April 20, 2018

Meet Starship, Shell’s hyper-efficient transport truck

The custom-built truck is a joint project between Shell Lubricants and AirFlow Truck Co. and uses currently available technologies to minimize the energy required to transport cargo
April 19, 2018

U.K. considers plan to ban plastic straws and cut waste

Later this year officials will launch a public consultation for a potential bill banning the sale of single-use plastics in England. The U.K. government has also allocated 61.4 million pounds to study plastic waste reduction
April 19, 2018

Air Canada to blend biofuel into fuel supply at Toronto-Pearson Airport

Canada's Biojet Supply Chain Initiative (CBSCI) will on Earth Day mix 230,000 litres of biofuel into the airport's multi-user fuel supply system

April 17, 2018

Canada’s next budget update should include carbon

An annual carbon budget update could serve to hold our government accountable to its emissions pledges, according to two Concordia University researchers
April 17, 2018

Former Saskatchewan cabinet minister fined $35,000 for environmental violations

Bill Boyd served as a Saskatchewan Party cabinet minister from 2007 to 2016 and is well-acquainted with political scandal. Charges were laid against Boyd last summer for cultivating protected grassland
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TechnologyMore Technology

Meet Starship, Shell’s hyper-efficient transport truck

The custom-built truck is a joint project between Shell Lubricants and AirFlow Truck Co. and uses currently available technologies to minimize the energy required to transport cargo

Ontario begins first-of-its-kind, $40M electric bus tests

The ambitious project integrates two bus manufacturers with two charging station manufacturers to design and deliver compatible high-powered charging systems for electric bus technology

Volvo’s FL Electric commercial truck could thrive in urban settings

Volvo says its experience making and selling 4,000 electric buses since 2010 means it has a leg up on other truck makers' electric offerings

Four Canadian teams among 10 through to final round of international carbon contest

The XPRIZE competition focuses on technologies that can convert carbon dioxide into usable and profitable products

RegulationMore Regulation

U.K. considers plan to ban plastic straws and cut waste

Later this year officials will launch a public consultation for a potential bill banning the sale of single-use plastics in England. The U.K. government has also allocated 61.4 million pounds to study plastic waste reduction

Canada’s next budget update should include carbon

An annual carbon budget update could serve to hold our government accountable to its emissions pledges, according to two Concordia University researchers

Former Saskatchewan cabinet minister fined $35,000 for environmental violations

Bill Boyd served as a Saskatchewan Party cabinet minister from 2007 to 2016 and is well-acquainted with political scandal. Charges were laid against Boyd last summer for cultivating protected grassland

Canada, France promise to double down on climate change fight amid U.S. inaction

The France-Canada partnership includes pushing for a global price on carbon and reductions to transport-related emissions. Trudeau also promoted CETA, Canada and the EU's trade pact, at a joint news conference April 16

FinancingMore Financing

Canada’s next budget update should include carbon

An annual carbon budget update could serve to hold our government accountable to its emissions pledges, according to two Concordia University researchers

Ottawa launches panel to encourage clean growth investment

According to the World Bank, the Paris Agreement will help open up nearly $23 trillion in new opportunities for "climate-smart" investments in emerging markets around the world by 2030

Quebec lithium producer Nemaska strikes investment deal with Japan’s SoftBank

The tech giant will buy a 9.9 per cent stake in the Quebec miner as Nemaska works on securing funds to build its lithium mine and processing plant

CPPIB buys six Ontario wind, solar farms from NextEra Energy for $741M

The purchase of 396 megawatts of generating capacity marks the pension plan's first major move into the Canadian renewable industry

Environment and SafetyMore Environment and Safety

U.K. considers plan to ban plastic straws and cut waste

Later this year officials will launch a public consultation for a potential bill banning the sale of single-use plastics in England. The U.K. government has also allocated 61.4 million pounds to study plastic waste reduction

Air Canada to blend biofuel into fuel supply at Toronto-Pearson Airport

Canada's Biojet Supply Chain Initiative (CBSCI) will on Earth Day mix 230,000 litres of biofuel into the airport's multi-user fuel supply system

Canada’s Greenest Employers announced

Canada's "greenest" companies have established formal initiatives and long-term commitments to help mitigate the harmful impacts of their operations

Canada’s next budget update should include carbon

An annual carbon budget update could serve to hold our government accountable to its emissions pledges, according to two Concordia University researchers

SustainabilityMore Sustainability

Meet Starship, Shell’s hyper-efficient transport truck

The custom-built truck is a joint project between Shell Lubricants and AirFlow Truck Co. and uses currently available technologies to minimize the energy required to transport cargo

U.K. considers plan to ban plastic straws and cut waste

Later this year officials will launch a public consultation for a potential bill banning the sale of single-use plastics in England. The U.K. government has also allocated 61.4 million pounds to study plastic waste reduction

Air Canada to blend biofuel into fuel supply at Toronto-Pearson Airport

Canada's Biojet Supply Chain Initiative (CBSCI) will on Earth Day mix 230,000 litres of biofuel into the airport's multi-user fuel supply system

Canada’s Greenest Employers announced

Canada's "greenest" companies have established formal initiatives and long-term commitments to help mitigate the harmful impacts of their operations

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