"Last night the House of Commons voted to preserve the integrity of a foundational piece of environmental legislation."
Arc’teryx, Climate Smart Businesses, Innergex Renewable Energy, the Insurance Bureau of Canada, and Vancity, in association with the Pembina Institute, present a reception to celebrate the launch of the Business Coalition for a Clean Economy.
Dear Premier Horgan: It is essential that the climate accountability process outlined in CleanBC be grounded in law and honour the constitutionally enshrined collective rights of Indigenous peoples.
Canada’s climate plan must be ambitious, home-grown and fast acting. Here are six key components to watch for:
Any political party serious about governing in Canada and sincere about slowing climate change will put forward a climate plan designed to rapidly and significantly drive down greenhouse gas emissions.
This spring, the Pembina Institute headed to suburban Langley, B.C., to visit the plants of two innovative companies that manufacture products for the construction industry.
Join us for an exciting panel discussion and social mixer to explore the challenges and opportunities of urban freight and last mile solutions.
The first Southern Alberta Energy Forum on May 15, 2019 in Fort Macleod convened over 60 stakeholders and included presentations and interactive discussions that explored the opportunities in renewables and alternative energy in southern Alberta
With the tabling of Bill 1 to repeal the Climate Leadership Act, the Alberta government is cutting existing jobs, stunting innovation, removing financial benefits for small- and medium-size businesses, families and communities, and is allowing greenhouse gas emissions to continue to increase.
Betsy Agar, senior analyst with the Buildings and Urban Solutions program at the Pembina Institute, will participate in a panel discussion at the Building Lasting Change 2019 conference.