Two approved projects, LNG Canada and Woodfibre LNG, would collectively increase annual carbon pollution by 9.1 million tonnes by 2030.
This year, we look forward to carbon pollution pricing coming to all regions of Canada.
Shale gas thought leaders and decision makers join in a collaborative discussion on the future of shale gas development in Canada.
The goal of the Affordable Housing Renewal project is to see net-zero carbon retrofits delivered at scale across Canada, as part of the transition to a carbon-neutral residential sector by 2050.
Lindsay Wiginton, director, transportation and urban solutions at the Pembina Institute, will be a panellist.
Making sense of climate policy; options to reduce carbon emissions.
Part 3 in a three-part series on electrification in the built environment.
The recent renewable energy procurement in Alberta has garnered much well-earned hype. But shock at the price — with the crowd at the announcement literally gasping at the number — shouldn’t have been the case.
Strengthening B.C.'s carbon tax (as of April 1, 2018) to reduce pollution and help get us back on track to our climate targets is worthy of support.
On January 17, Tom-Pierre Frappé-Sénéclauze, senior advisor at the Pembina Institute, will be the guest speaker for the night's Talk Forward facilitated discussion.
Part 2 in a three-part series on electrification in the built environment.
Part 1 in a three-part series on electrification in the built environment.