As a new report highlights solar’s potential in the Arctic, northern communities are looking for renewable alternatives to fossil fuels.
While Alberta, Ontario and Quebec move forward, BC’s carbon emissions are rising.
Canadian company promotes What’s the Green Deal? program to track all waste disposal.
In an open letter to BC Premier Christy Clark, businesses and conservation groups argue that reducing carbon will benefit the economy.
By harvesting trees in patterns that resemble natural disturbances, Canadian forestry companies are hoping to improve sustainable management practices.
Scientists are collecting natural specimens in the diverse Flathead River Valley, everything from bugs and birds to mammals and plants.
Quebec and Cree governments announce significant new conservation in the Boreal Forest.
Shared by Efficiency Nova Scotia on 20 Feb 2015 Efficiency Nova Scotia works with retailers province wide to find energy savings. View this success story to learn more. Also visit: http://www.efficiencyns.ca/
A report that alerts the general public and decision makers to the ability of the Smart Grid to change how they think about electricity.
Fort Chipewyan looks to the sun for alternative energy sources to Tar Sands oil.
Oregon’s innovative highways and the long road to solar success.
British Columbians remain opposed to the province moving to area-based tenures (or TFLs) for managing BC forests.
We deserve better indicators of societal well-being that extend beyond mere economic growth.
In a Canadian first, Air Transat and Aerocycle work together to dismantle aging aircraft in a sustainable way.
Waterloo’s Wind Energy Group looks to bring the power of wind to a remote community in Northern Ontario.
The CBFA Secretariat launched its On the Move campaign with the unveiling of a giant, traveling map of the boreal forest that will tour Canada to showcase the unprecedented Agreement between the forest industry and environmental organizations.
Shared by SalmonFoundation – Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Pacific Salmon Foundation and Goldcorp partnered to improve more than 3,000 m2 of critical spawning habitat for coho and sockeye on the Corbold Creek floodplain in the Upper Pitt River.
Shared by Sobey’s – 30 May 2011 – Fishermen are challenged with managing increasing costs and extensive regulations. That’s why it is important for them to adapt to each year’s fishery situation and adopt more sustainable practices. Hear what fishermen think about the value of providing consumers with the opportunity to trace where their fish came…