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Carbon

Post-COVID19 Will Be The Equivalent to “Industry Rapture” on Climate Change

I am a big fan of using the current COVID19 recovery to pursue the investment in a low-carbon economy. Let me explain.

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Carbon

REGISTER for EarthDay2020 Event!

I am proud to be hosting a FREE online session on EarthDay2020 on Wednesday April 22nd. Check out the details.

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Carbon

Shifting Mindset for Energy Transformation

I want to give you some examples of what may be the norm in the near future but give you a sense of what has to change with how we view energy.

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Carbon

Fighting Climate Change in 2020

What will you do differently this year to fight climate change?

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Carbon CleanTech

Several Behavioural Changes To Affect Climate Change

There are numerous things you could do differently in your daily routine, if you wanted to make a difference to fight climate change. Remember the saying, “think globally, act locally”. But what can those things be? Not everyone want to drastically change their behaviour or spending habits to affect something they don’t think will impact them… significantly.

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Carbon CleanTech Development Investing Management Utilities

Is Your City Reimagining the Value of Assets?

In my opinion, municipalities are the greatest underachievers of energy independence in the world.

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Carbon Investing

Trans Mountain is Good for Canada?

Here is the reality of Trans Mountain Pipeline challenge between BC, Alberta and the rest of Canada.

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Carbon CleanTech Utilities

PEI Leads Fight on Carbon with FREE Online Energy Audits for Everyone

As provinces are developing programs to fight climate change by lowering carbon, one province takes charge with a unique online tool for all residents.

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Carbon Management

5 Ways to Adapt to Climate Change Quicker

Why isn’t more being done to stop Climate Change? Let’s walk through that.

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Carbon

Car Sharing is an Easy Win

Recently, we got rid of our second car. So far it’s worked well, since we both rarely need the car at the same time.