University of Toronto is hosting the annual SMG competition, an ontario – wide student case competition where students pitch an idea that is not only environmentally friendly but also cuts costs for businesses.
The 2014 Cities for People Forum will bring together key thinkers and activists to shape a shared strategy for advancing a resilient and livable cities movement in Canada.
Learn how communities and cities can become more resilient with climate change adaptation practitioners David MacLeod, Blair Feltmate and Dan Sandink.
I’ve always been more interested in organisms that can move on their own than in stationary plants. But when I canoe or hike along the edge of lakes or oceans…
What does water mean to you? What do we need to do to thrive in times of turbulent change? Join Waterlution Calgary Hub as they explore the process of innovation, and what can be done to catalyse change in our relationship to water.
Investors are falling over themselves to finance start-ups in clean technology, especially in energy. Venture Business Research reckons that investment in the field by venture capitalists and private-equity firms has quadrupled in the past two years, from some $500m in 2004 to almost $2 billion so far this year.
Canadians often associate global warming with cars and coal, but most don’t realize that about 30 per cent of our greenhouse gases are emitted in the heating and cooling of buildings.