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Since Ontario’s started its cap and trade program on January 1, 2017, it has generated CAD$2.4 billion dollars in revenue for the province in 5...

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Although it is face-numbing to endure an extended cold snap of -20 C or more (more than -4 F), that we’ve had for several weeks so far this winter, it...

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Written by guest blogger, Greg Geilman

Many modern offices may be sleek and efficient -- except when it comes to energy usage. Offices waste a lot...

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The second largest carbon market in the world will be created on January 1, 2018 when Ontario’s Cap and Trade (C&T) program will be linked with those...

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Featuring Women for Nature member’s Sharolyn Mathieu Vettese. Written by fellow Women for Nature member Marsha Mann.

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It was in 2000 when I saw cockroaches scurrying around the left-over campfire in Ontario’s Killarney provincial park that I started observing the...

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Featuring Women for Nature member Susan Gosling. Written by fellow Women for Nature member Sharolyn Mathieu Vettese.

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September 2017 will be remembered as the costliest, most devastating, and the most terrifying natural disaster month in North America. So many...

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Canadian business leaders, normally a stodgy lot, recognize that climate change has to be addressed, and see the opportunities available in the...

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When the cap-and-trade charge was added to Ontario consumers’ bills for fuel at the pump, electricity, and natural gas, the public reacted like it was...

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