On Wednesday January 11, from 5-6 pm, the Sustainability Network hosts Chris Ragan, Chair of Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission, as he shares his perspectives on the green economy.
Online Training on Economic Literacy for a Green Economy seeks to build organizational capacity by increasing understanding of economic concepts and their role in supporting a green economy.
In an open letter to BC Premier Christy Clark, businesses and conservation groups argue that reducing carbon will benefit the economy.
Join us at CSI Spadina on Wednesday March 9th from 8:00-9:00 AM as we bring you TD Bank’s Chief Environment Officer Karen Clarke-Whistler’s perspectives on the green economy.
Legislation coming into force on January 1 allows BC’s greenhouse gas emissions from LNG to rise.
First Nations and environmental groups gear up for court battles in the wake of federal cabinet’s decision on Northern Gateway.
The environmental costs of BC’s LNG boom have yet to be properly assessed, let alone addressed.
We deserve better indicators of societal well-being that extend beyond mere economic growth.
US-based research institute concludes that bear viewing in the Great Bear Rainforest generates over 10 times more revenue than hunting.
Corporate Knights announced its Global 100 list of the world’s most sustainable corporations at this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Global trade has advantages. For starters, it allows those of us who live through winter to eat fresh produce year-round. And it provides economic benefits to farmers who grow that…
Shared on May 17, 2012 by MsBeautifulRed on YouTube National Roundtable on the Environment CEO David McLaughlin talks about the government shutting down his organization. John Baird told the House of Commons that the Roundtable produced 10 reports calling for a carbon tax, but Mr. McLaughlin says that’s not true, stating the Roundtable produced 3 reports…
Prime Minister Harper’s 1960’s piano tunes may be timeless, but his single-minded approach to developing new energy supply is long out of fashion.
CBSR is gathering industry and thought leaders to explore the role, responsibilities and impact of Canadian business outside our borders. Discover opportunities that help drive innovation and new business models required for Canada to lead in the 21st century; learn how Canadian organizations are building capacity in developing nations for mutual benefit; and pinpoint where and how Canadian companies must rise to address complex social and environmental issues.
bigpictv – John Elkington believes that social and environmental problems could cause a global economic crisis. Mainstream corporations are now looking to social entrepreneurs for business ideas that mitigate these risks and leverage market opportunities. This contributes to a green, sustainable economy. For more information about, visit: http://www.johnelkington.com/ Related articles Social Entrepreneurs are Like Tolstoy…
REAP Business Association is a new nonprofit partner of 1% for the Planet, an alliance of over 1,380 member companies in 43 countries that give one percent of revenues to environmental causes.
Small businesses in the capital region can now access financial incentives and free energy assessments to help them save money and reduce their energy consumption through the LiveSmart BC: Small Business Program thanks to a partnership between the Westshore Chamber of Commerce, the Capital Regional District, Livesmart BC, and City Green Solutions, a local non-profit organization.
We invite you to join the Coalition of Universities for Responsible Investing (CURI) for its inaugural symposium, which will highlight opportunities for forward-thinking universities to benefit from investing while contributing to positive social change and environmental sustainability.