An energy-efficient building can lower your heating bills by more than 50 per cent, and they stay more comfortable and safe during a blackout or disaster.
Commitment to new renewable energy a win for Albertans. It is great to see the province embracing the natural prairie resources of wind and solar.
Sara Hastings-Simon, Director of Clean Energy at the Pembina Institute, will speak at the Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations' Connections Conference at the session "Climate change is more than an environmental issue: How to prepare for a lower-carbon economy."
Clean energy and clean technology represent two of the keys to victory in the fight against carbon pollution.
Budget 2017 enables Canada’s long-term climate success by making sure our future economic competitiveness is intimately tied to clean growth.
Tailings ponds operators submitted management plans on November 1. OSEC, a coalition of environmental organizations filed statements of concern for each plan.
The total volume of fluid tailings ponds, a toxic byproduct of Alberta oilsands mining, reached 1.18 trillion litres in 2015. This is the result of 50 years of regulatory and engineering shortcomings.
Changing how people and goods move — including by what mode, with what fuel and how far — is necessary to reduce transportation emissions and achieve Ontario’s climate change goals.
Erin Flanagan, federal policy director at the Pembina Institute, will be available for comment after the 2017 federal budget has been tabled.
The implementation of a benchmarking and disclosure policy in the City of Richmond (and B.C. as a whole) would provide a low-cost and effective tool to reduce carbon pollution from buildings.
Dylan Heerema, an analyst with the Buildings and Urban Solutions Program at the Pembina Institute, will deliver the keynote address to kick off Day 2 of the 2017 Passive House Northwest annual conference.
The all-candidates meeting aims to convene representatives from B.C.'s political parties to share their vision of how B.C. will move forward on creating good, green jobs while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Putting a price on carbon is one of the key components of Alberta’s climate leadership plan and represents robust climate policy. But there is significant misunderstanding about how the revenue collected will be used, what the impact on families will be, and how Alberta’s plan will interact with the federal plan to price carbon.
Ontario is in the middle of the biggest build out of transit in its history. With such a big investment, it’s important to get it right.
Best practices like engaging early, being transparent, and working closely with developers and landowners can go a long way to making a project more likely to succeed.
Tom-Pierre Frappé-Sénéclauze, senior advisor with the Buildings and Urban Solutions Program at the Pembina Institute, was a presenter for a CEA district energy community of practice webinar.