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B.C., Canada, Shell launch $105-million clean energy innovation centre

Vancouver Sun Summary B.C., Canada and Shell Canada will spend $105 million on developing cleaner energy technologies in an “all hands on deck” approach, as Premier John Horgan put it, in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. “We have to change how we behave,” Horgan said during Friday’s...

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Renewable natural gas will help foster a sustainable future

Finger Lakes Times Summary As New York’s Climate Action Council crafts policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the Seneca Meadows Landfill Renewable Natural Gas Facility should serve as a prime example of how waste-to-energy projects can help achieve the state’s vision for a zero-carbon...

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Swarthmore Approves Plan to Eliminate Carbon by 2035

The Phoenix Summary On Feb. 27, the Swarthmore Board of Managers approved a $69 million “ Energy Master Plan ,” which includes the goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2035. Entitled the ‘Road Map to Zero,’ Swarthmore’s energy plan includes finding ways to eliminate or offset all of the...

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ENGIE and Equitix win University of Birmingham contract

PBC Today Summary ENGIE and Equitix have secured a contract with the University of Birmingham to transform Pritchatts Park student accommodation village into a state-of-the-art low carbon campus. The project involves the creation of 496 new highly energy-efficient student homes and an...

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Carbon Mitigation Taskforce presents plans for a more eco-friendly UMass

The Massachusetts Daily Collegian Summary The first of three interactive webinars was recently hosted by the Carbon Mitigation Task Force (CMTF), featuring a detailed presentation from the committee followed by a discussion that welcomed public input. An extensive passage on the University...

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Institute of Sustainable Finance Releases Blueprint for Canada's Low Carbon Transition

Institute of Sustainable Finance Summary On September 29, 2020, the Institute for Sustainable Finance launched landmark research to provide a concrete, data-driven capital blueprint for Canada’s low carbon transition. The Capital Mobilization Plan for a Canadian Low Carbon Economy ...

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Enwave Energy Corporation’s Leadership in Sustainability Reflected Through Release of Green Financing Framework and Inaugural Environmental, Social and Governance Report

Enwave Energy Corporation Summary Enwave Energy Corporation recently released its Green Financing Framework, and has published its inaugural Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report. Both of these highlight the organization’s commitment to sustainability and to industry leadership...

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CaGBC and RAIC share building code recommendations

HPAC Summary In early April the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) sent a joint letter to National Research Council (NRC) and other federal government ministers to share industry feedback on the overarching approach and omissions of...

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Government Awards £40m for Seven District Heating Networks

Energy Live News Summary An investment of £40 million has been announced for seven district heating network projects, which will give thousands of homes access to low carbon heating. The heat networks, which provides heating in place of a traditional gas boiler, will be developed in...

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Net-Zero Target Called Most Aggressive in World

CommonWealth Summary Governor Charlie Baker's top energy aide said his proposal for net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 puts Massachusetts among a very small group of states and countries attempting to limit the impact of climate change. Kathleen Theoharides, the governor’s secretary...