Imposing emissions targets not enough
The study by Chinese and Canadian researchers found that because of greenhouse gases, daytime highs rose 0.9 degree Celsius in the 46 years ending in 2007.
Canada’s decision to abandon Kyoto Protocol also a factor in decision
Suppliers are significantly less prepared than their clients to respond to climate change, potentially threatening customer relationships.
Ministry’s 2012 report shows emissions in 2010 declined in almost all sectors, including oil and gas
Engineers can create digital model of ice drill to simulate sub-glacial conditions
The Carbon Economy Summit, held June 6 in Toronto, drew more than 200 sustainability stakeholders, supply chain and manufacturing executives for climate change idea exchange and networking.
Will contribute up to one half of selected project’s cost up to $10-million
Attempts to counteract Canadian government and oil industry lobbying of E.U. leaders.
By 2050, costs are expected to hit $21 billion and $43 billion