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Canada to work with Germany on transition to clean energy

Some political differences may be encountered, however, as Canada is a proponent of “blue” hydrogen while Germany is focused more on “green” hydrogen.

Richmond facility to process human waste gas to help feed local power grid

The Lulu Island Wastewater Treatment Plant in Richmond will add the methane gas produced from human waste to the existing natural gas power infrastructure.

Ecology group applauds Nova Scotia’s commitment to be carbon-neutral by 2030

The 2030 objective is a full decade ahead of what Nova Scotia had earlier planned.

Air Canada targets 2050 as year it plans to reach zero GHG emissions

Air Canada is making a long-term commitment toward advancing climate change sustainability, setting absolute mid-term greenhouse gas (GHG) net reduction targets by 2030 compared to its 2019 baseline.

Cutting-edge Clarke Lake Geothermal Project gets $40.5M in federal funding

The project is a wholly owned and Indigenous-led project that will develop one of the first commercially viable geothermal electricity production facilities in Canada.
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OFIA’s 78th annual meeting: innovation, outreach and embracing the bioeconomy

When a world-wide pandemic was declared just over a year ago, there was rampant speculation about how it would impact the global economy. Now, as vaccinations ramp up, the focus is shifting to economic recovery. » Read more...

The courage to change: Women in Forestry virtual summit calls for culture shift

This week, hundreds of people gathered online to hear industry thought leaders discuss gender equity in the forest products sector at the inaugural Women in Forestry Summit. » Read more...

DEMO International 2021

Date: September 16 - September 18, 2021
Location: Ottawa/Gatineau, Canada
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