With B.C.’s government now under the direction of Premier John Horgan and the NDP, all eyes are on them to build a strong, future-proof and inclusive B.C.
There’s a lot of commotion around preventing methane (better known as natural gas) from leaking or being otherwise wasted in the oil and gas industry these days. There’s good reason for that.
Our Affordable Housing Renewal pilot project aims to kick-start new ways to retrofit and refurbish buildings — cutting energy use and carbon pollution without placing new financial burdens on residents.
With B.C.’s government now under the direction of Premier John Horgan and the NDP, all eyes are on them to build a strong, future-proof, and inclusive B.C.
This June, the mountain town of Nelson, B.C. became home to Canada’s first municipally-owned community solar garden.
Coal plants are shutting down across the globe because of their negative health impacts and low profitability. Coal has a hard time competing with cheap gas generation and increasingly cheap renewable energy.
The Pembina Institute strongly supports the federal government’s determination to move forward, in partnership with the provinces and territories, with pricing carbon pollution across Canada.
The Alberta Energy Regulator has scheduled an enhanced review of the Suncor Tailings Management Plan for July 17 and 18 in Edmonton.
Growing awareness of the need to reduce carbon pollution and use energy wisely and efficiently in our homes and buildings represents a golden opportunity.