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How today’s green building heroes are scaling up to save our planet

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Architect Chris Benedict is on a rooftop in the Bushwick area of Brooklyn, New York, explaining to a camera how energy recovery ventilators provide...

World Bank Climate Reforms Too ‘Timid and Slow,’ Critics Warn

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Pressure from several countries has pushed the World Bank to put the climate crisis in sharper focus and reshuffle its leadership just weeks after...

Rainforest Carbon Credits from World’s Biggest Provider are ‘Largely Worthless’, Investigation Finds

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Revelations that almost 95% of the “avoided deforestation” carbon credits issued by the world’s largest certifier have zero climate mitigation value, have sparked calls...

Canada Needs Oil and Gas Emissions Cap to Hit 2030 Goal: NZAB

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An independent federal advisory panel has declared Canada “unlikely to attain its 2030 emission target” without an oil and gas emissions cap, just days...

BP Predicts Faster Oil and Gas Decline as Clean Energy Spending Hits $1.1T in...

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Oil and gas production will fall faster than previously expected, renewable energy will grow more rapidly, and global carbon dioxide emissions will drop as...
Individual Actions Can Reduce Pollution by Twenty Five Percent, Below2C

Individual Actions Can Reduce Pollution by Twenty Five Percent

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Twenty five to 30 percent of the pollution cuts needed to prevent catastrophic climate change can come from individual actions taken at the household...
Investing In Disaster, Below2C

Investing In Disaster

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A new briefing by Oil Change International, Investing in Disaster reveals that new oil and gas production approved to date in 2022 and at risk...

FROM THE ENERGY MIX WEEKENDER

With Profits So Obscene, How Can This Be Oil’s Last Gasp?

Although the signs of a faster transition are coming into view, will the fossil decline happen in time to hold off the worst impacts of climate change?
Although the signs of a faster transition are coming into view, will the fossil decline happen in time to hold off the worst impacts of climate change?

Spiteful’ Pipeline Project May Stumble on Failing Gas Markets

temporary Jan 30
The Coastal GasLink pipeline is trampling Indigenous communities, destroying ecosystems, running over budget, and violating provincial permits. What happens when natural gas demand starts to collapse?

'Revolving Door' with Fossils Has Pension Plans Falling Behind on Net-Zero

The revolving door between the boards of major pension funds and fossil fuel companies is one of the factors putting Canadians’ retirement savings at risk, according to an exhaustive new analysis released earlier this week.
The revolving door between the boards of major pension funds and fossil fuel companies is one of the factors putting Canadians’ retirement savings at risk, according to an exhaustive new analysis released earlier this week.

Canada Pension Climate Report Card

temporary - Jan 29
Canada’s major pension funds are not on track to protect pensions from the worsening climate crisis or to align their portfolios with a safe climate future.

Is Your Pension a Solution or Problem?

temporary Jan 29
Canadian funds are lagging behind and continue to invest billions of our retirement dollars in the companies and infrastructure responsible for climate breakdown.

Protect Your Pension and the Climate

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In a warming world, your pension fund’s investment decisions matter. The CPP is one of the largest pension funds in the world, managing $523 billion in Canadians’ retirement savings.

TRANSITION TO CLEAN TECHNOLOGY

Pollution-cutting technology that has Canada investing billions

Carbon capture is touted as a key climate-fighting technology by government and industry alike...relying on it will lock-in fossil fuel use.
Carbon capture is touted as a key climate-fighting technology by government and industry alike...relying on it will lock-in fossil fuel use.

US government unveils a plan to decarbonize all transport

The US today released a plan that lays out how they’re going to decarbonize all US transport....so common sense and obvious that it’s hard to get one’s head wrapped around it.
The US today released a plan that lays out how they’re going to decarbonize all US transport....so common sense and obvious that it’s hard to get one’s head wrapped around it.

440 Megatonnes: Tracking Canada’s climate policy progress

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440 Megatonnes: Tracking Canada’s climate policy progress. Explore the Data. CANADA NEEDS TO REDUCE EMISSIONS TO 440 MT BY 2030

A Glimpse Into The Post-Oil Era: 2025-2030 Peak Oil

The timing of peak oil demand is a topic of ongoing debate among firms, analysts, and experts in the energy industry, but major firms and analysts are trending to this decade.
The timing of peak oil demand is a topic of ongoing debate among firms, analysts, and experts in the energy industry, but major firms and analysts are trending to this decade.

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The Guilbeault Doctrine:: the limits and power of compromise

The COP27 loss and damage fund is a showcase example of Guilbeault’s skill at securing environmental wins, at least on the international stage.
The COP27 loss and damage fund is a showcase example of Guilbeault’s skill at securing environmental wins, at least on the international stage.

Municipalities are key to solving the climate crisis

Throughout Canada, cities and towns have been stepping up to take action on climate change, demonstrating the kind of bold leadership we need to create sustainable, equitable and just communities.
Throughout Canada, cities and towns have been stepping up to take action on climate change, demonstrating the kind of bold leadership we need to create sustainable, equitable and just communities.

Federal pension funds: Stop financing fossil fuels

The failure of CPPIB, PSPIB and other Canadian financial institutions to do what’s necessary to prevent catastrophic climate change underscores the need for regulation to align the sector with climate obligations.
The failure of CPPIB, PSPIB and other Canadian financial institutions to do what’s necessary to prevent catastrophic climate change underscores the need for regulation to align the sector with climate obligations.

Solutions to climate crisis exist, but we need the will to change

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Resolving the climate crisis is a challenge — but not for lack of solutions. What’s needed is political will and public support.

CLIMATE "ACTION" CENTRE

Get your opinion on climate action published

Set the record straight on Canada’s oil and gas emissions cap. Write a letter!
Set the record straight on Canada’s oil and gas emissions cap. Write a letter!

Plastic Wall of Shame. Send your Nomination

A number of the biggest companies in Canada are plain greenwashing or just downright dismal in their efforts to reduce plastic waste. Shameful!
A number of the biggest companies in Canada are plain greenwashing or just downright dismal in their efforts to reduce plastic waste. Shameful!

We Need Clean Electricity Regulations

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Ontario Premier Doug Ford is planning to build new gas-fired power plants and ramp up the greenhouse gas pollution of the province’s existing gas plants by 375% by 2030 and by more than 600% by 2040.

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