This is truly a once-in-a-generation opportunity to strengthen Canada’s environmental laws.
Lindsay Wiginton, director of the Transportation and Urban Solutions Program at the Pembina Institute, will take part in a panel discussion focusing on high-frequency rail as a possible solution for the Montreal–Quebec corridor.
Glen Murray, executive director of the Pembina Institute, will give a keynote speech as part of Mayor Goldring's Inspire Burlington speakers' series.
An infographic on the state of methane regulations in Canada as of April 2018.
This Pembina Institute infographic explains the implications for energy use and carbon pollution of five key types of green buildings.
This month’s return to regular increases in B.C.’s price on carbon pollution is most welcome.
It addresses two barriers hindering energy efficiency and renewables investment from home and building owners: lack of upfront capital and lack of transferability of the investment.
Pricing pollution needs to be part of a holistic approach to addressing climate change.
British Columbia introduced what might be North America’s most innovative beyond-code standard for energy efficiency.
Lindsay Wiginton, transportation and urban solutions director, is moderating the panel "Sustainable Transit Oriented Development".
We need to have a real conversation on the different options for a mix of approaches to reduce emissions that includes a price on carbon.
However, knowing the how and why is just the first step in transit-supportive development. Plans and support from all levels of government and developers is needed.
Harnessing both the investment and influx of people and jobs that growth brings can help build better, more connected cities.
Growth is a challenge, but it’s also a big opportunity.
Major LNG development would require significant emissions reductions in the gas-supply chain, and an increase in the scale of emissions reductions needed in other sectors.
A growing number of countries and sub-national governments are taking bold actions to support the electrification of passenger cars. To avoid falling behind, Canada should seize the opportunity to participate in this movement.
Public Interest Alberta's 12th annual advocacy conference will explore such important topics as climate change, reconciliation, democracy and tax revenue.
We must have credible plans that deliver the goods, and accessible tools that keep governments accountable to these plans.