5 Reasons Why It Is Now Impossible To Ignore Global Warming
Climate change is a strangely divisive topic. While it is a scientific certainty, there are many who look for ways to avoid reality. While this might have been possible at one point, it's become far too late to ignore global warming.
Our Responsibilities in Fighting Climate Change
The U.S. Geological Survey speculates that many cities along the eastern seaboard could be submerged by 2070 due to rising sea levels brought about by climate change. This is one of the many adverse effects of climate change that the world has been experiencing post-industrial revolution. Humans are indisputably to blame for their constant release...
Outrage not justified on Ontario electricity prices
OPINION: If we want clean air, a prosperous economy, and a low-carbon future, we'll have to pay for it.
Are we getting the whole picture on the rising cost of hydro?
Many blame the cost of solar and wind power for Ontario’s higher electricity costs. But that’s akin to the blind man touching the elephant’s tail and declaring the elephant is a rope. You have to...
Climate change report becomes top government download
In the week following President Trump's inauguration and the removal of climate change priorities from the White House website, a climate change report by the National Park Service became the most downloaded document from any federal government website.
‘Rogue’ Twitter accounts pop up in defiance of Donald Trump
Employees from government agencies have established a network "rogue" Twitter feeds in defiance of what they see as attempts by Donald Trump to muzzle climate change research and other science.
The Peak Demand Branding - A Thank You...
The genius mind behind the branding of the Peak Demand community belongs to none other than Chris Corridore.
Scientists Are Planning the Next Big Washington March
Researchers are organizing a March for Science in Washington, D.C. to protest the Trump administration's stance on science.
Alberta launches renewable energy procurement program
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Growing our way out of climate change by building with hemp and wood fibre
From domestic houses to the Science Museum, plant-based construction materials cut reliance on scarce resources and build healthy, efficient and zero carbon buildings
Premier Wynne calls high electricity prices her ‘mistake’
Premier says Saturday that she takes responsibility “for not paying close enough attention to some of the daily stresses in Ontarians’ lives.”
Canada's Renewable Power Landscape
Canada ranks fourth in the world in renewable power generation. Hydro is the dominant source of electricity in Canada, accounting for nearly 60% of installed capacity and generation.
Planning Ontario's Energy Future - A discussion guide to start the conversation.
This discussion guide is intended to help Ontarians participate in the development of the province’s Long-Term Energy Plan (LTEP). The LTEP is a road map setting out the direction for Ontario’s energy future for the next 20 years.
Ontario and Québec Working Together to Drive Economic Growth
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Québec Premier Philippe Couillard today held a joint meeting of cabinet ministers in Toronto. Focused on innovation and the economy, the meeting generated seve...
Denmark tops World Energy Council index but UK and US on watchlist
Denmark, Switzerland and Sweden have topped the list of a World Energy Council index that ranks countries on their energy security, equity and sustainability.
13 Facts On the Top 25 Sustainable Cities of the World
A report by Arcadis, a design and consultancy firm, and the Centre for Economic and Business Research has examined a number of cities to find out which are the most sustainable, measuring: people, planet and profit.