With the municipal election coming up on October 22, transit is a top issue that requires strong ideas and leadership from mayoral and council candidates across the GGH and in Ontario’s other growing cities.
The B.C. government must adopt global best practices as it looks to regulate the methane pollution footprint from B.C.’s natural and fracked gas sector, especially as it ramps up to supply liquefied natural gas projects.
The Pembina Institute is appreciative of the opportunity to share our views on Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks’ Bill 4.
Clean transportation technology is ready for deployment and costs are plummeting.
There’s no time to waste: making our homes and buildings energy-efficient, healthy, safe, and affordable should be the next megaproject for B.C.
The New Energy Economy Map has over 200 projects. We have published more than 20 stories and profiles about these projects and the people who make them happen.
The Future Cities Canada Summit takes place November 7-9 at Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto.
The Alberta Government’s decision to take advantage of the falling cost of solar power is a good move.
The diversity in the room – with representatives from government, industry, community organizations, Indigenous communities, and other environmental groups — clearly demonstrates a momentum and interest in the energy evolution in Alberta.
Without a clean growth strategy that puts B.C. on track to our climate targets, the LNG Canada project would take B.C. in the wrong direction.
Pembina Institute's Isabelle Turcotte, federal policy director will be presenting as part of the domestic climate policy breakout group.
The 2019 unGALA will bring together an incredible diversity of people, from industry and entrepreneurs to government and non-profits, all joining together in the spirit of finding clean energy solutions.
The clean energy evolution has become a global movement and municipalities can play an important role in making clean energy opportunities available to their citizens
Transparency and accountability are critical to ensuring successful implementation of the clean growth strategy.
While Bill C-69 is not perfect, it is a significant improvement over the existing legislation and it does represent an effort to balance competing interests and to fulfill an election mandate.