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This week, the B.C. government announced an agreement with Pacific Northwest LNG that is intended to provide long-term certainty for some project costs linked to provincial government policy.
Cradle to Cradle: Recycling's cooler younger brother Making synthetic slate shingles that are reused and reused and reused
Why changing the way we make things could change everything.
LEED is everywhere but is it worth the effort? We look into the effectiveness of this ubiquitious green building rating system.
Carbon utilization processes either convert CO2 into a new product or use CO2 in a modified process to generate revenue and in some cases reduce overall carbon emissions. Some utilization technologies, such as enhanced oil recovery, are already commercially viable. Others, including the conversion of CO2 into fuel, cement and chemicals, are at various stages of development.
The past twenty years have not been productive for energy efficiency programs in Alberta. Now an new government has the opportunity to learn what other jurisdictions already know — energy efficiency programs work anywhere.
Albertans have resoundingly voted for change — and the NDP must target three big challenges if it aims to turn the page on Alberta’s poor environmental performance.