Dutch professor Anke van Hal has been involved in various initiatives targeting energy retrofits in a holistic approach aiming to maximize social benefits.
As British Columbians, we all want to our province’s future to include a prosperous economy, safe communities, and healthy families.
Innovations to reduce greenhouse emissions from the oilsands industry have been long awaited. Injecting solvents such as butane instead of steam underground to recover bitumen may reduce the high per barrel production emissions from the oilsands.
These regulations are cost-effective and are vital to achieve the goals articulated in the recently released pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change.
The Pembina Institute presents a webinar on the benefits of building energy benchmarking, featuring guest speakers and an audience Q&A.
The Pembina Institute released Vision for Clean Growth in B.C., a blueprint for the next provincial government to ensure tomorrow’s B.C. has a prosperous economy, thriving communities, and healthy families.
B.C. is at risk of being left behind. The Pembina Institute outlines five key priorities for building the clean economy.
Join Evergreen and the Pembina Institute for a presentation and discussion around best practices in stakeholder engagement and land use planning for rapid transit projects in Ontario.
Do Canadians have a right to a healthy environment? Such rights are recognized in more than 110 countries around the world, but not in Canada. We have compiled three case studies highlighting the adverse impact on current rights when environmental human rights are lacking. All three case studies relate to energy development in Alberta.
Electric heat pumps offer safe, reliable heating and reduce pollution — and these benefits don’t have to come at the cost of higher utility bills.
Gas furnace or electric heat pump? These two home heating options come with different costs and benefits in B.C.
Today, the Government of Canada outlined its initial thinking on how Canada will implement its national price on carbon.
We were especially glad to see the Growth Plan’s requirement for municipalities to set climate policies and actions in their Official Plans.
We don't often think about the buildings in which we live, work, learn, eat, shop and play as being major sources of carbon emissions.
Josha MacNab, B.C. director at the Pembina Institute, will speak during an education breakout session at Building Lasting Change 2017, a green building conference.
Tom-Pierre Frappé-Sénéclauze, senior advisor with the Pembina Institute, will be a special speaker at the annual general meeting of the B.C. Advanced Conservation and Efficiency Association.
Karen Tam Wu of the Pembina Institute will moderate a peer-to-peer workshop on energy benchmarking at Renewable Cities' Global Learning Forum 2017.
The next government has the chance to build a B.C. that remains competitive as the world transitions to a clean economy, stand-up for affordability and ensure prosperity for all British Columbians.
Using energy more efficiently saves money for all Albertans by cutting our personal energy costs and reducing the need to build new electricity infrastructure.