April 17 – April 24
Here is our latest list of reads that caught our eye and interest this week. Happy weekend reading!
‘Bring the problem forward’: Larry Fink on climate risk.
Rik Kirkland. McKinsey Quarterly. April 2020.
The tangled web of companies buying and selling ‘credit’ to reduce carbon emissions.
Erik Sherman. Fortune. April 17, 2020.
Freeze carbon tax, delay new climate regs during virus crisis, oil lobby asks.
Mia Rabson, Canadian Press, CTV News. April 17, 2020.
Some of the worst performing Blue Box materials pay the lowest fees.
John Mullinder. Solid Waste & Recycling. April 17, 2020.
Europe Signals Pandemic Made Green Agenda a Security Priority.
Ewa Krukowska and Nikos Chrysoloras. Bloomberg Green. April 16, 2020.
COVID-19 turns some recycled fiber market dynamics on their head.
Katie Pyzyk. Waste Dive. April 13, 2020.
Don't let COVID-19 take down our clean tech sector.
Barnabe Geis and Jeanette Jackson. National Observer. April 14, 2020.
Coronavirus Seen Slowing, Not Stopping Green-Energy Jobs Boom.
Mahmoud Habboush. Bloomberg News, Financial Post. April 20, 2020.
Green investment and resilient communities lead to a brighter future.
Kim Perrotta. The Hamilton Spectator. April 19, 2020.
Canada earmarks energy aid funds to reduce emissions.
Jack Graham. Reuters, National Post. April 17, 2020.
Why the coronavirus crisis could make Big Oil greener.
Jeffrey Ball. Fortune. April 20, 2020.
Top 50 green business moves that have helped heal the planet.
Adria Vasil, Laura Vayrynen, Toby Heaps. Corporate Knights, Toronto Star. April 20, 2020.
‘Horrible hybrids’: the plastic products that give recyclers nightmares.
Erin McCormick. The Guardian. April 20, 2020.
Coronavirus: Fears of beer shortage as carbon dioxide supplies fizzle out.
Lucia Binding. Sky News. April 19, 2020.
The Future is Now: Infrastructure’s Role in Economic Recovery.
Michael S. Burke. ReNew Canada. April 17, 2020.
Coronavirus accelerates decline of slumping coal industry.
Mead Gruver and Matthew Brown. Associated Press. CleanTech Canada. April 21, 2020.
Renewables agency charts path to zero-carbon energy system by 2050.
Reuters. London Free Press. April 20, 2020.
Three eco-friendly companies well-positioned to grow post COVID-19.
Tim Nash. Corporate Knights, Toronto Star. April 21, 2020.
Toy brand MEGA partners with TerraCycle to launch recycling program.
CleanTech Canada. April 16, 2020.
Canada Goose launches sustainable impact strategy.
CleanTech Canada. April 22, 2020.
Fight climate change like coronavirus: UN.
Phys.Org. April 22, 2020.
On Earth Day, calls grow to treat shock of coronavirus with 'green recovery'.
Natalie Thomas. Reuters. National Post. April 22, 2020.
‘Cross-jurisdictional’ collaboration must improve for Canada to transition to low-carbon economy: report. Marco Vigliotti. iPolitics. April 22, 2020.
Climate change risks and shareholder activism.
Matt Palmquist. Strategy+Business. April 22, 2020.
As Carbon Recedes Due to Virus, Methane Will Likely Increase.
Vanessa Dezem. Bloomberg Green. April 23, 2020.
ICE launches global carbon price tracker.
Reuters. Financial Post. April 22, 2020.
Could Microsoft’s climate crisis ‘moonshot’ plan really work?
Oscar Schwartz. The Guardian. April 23, 2020.
The green road to post-crisis recovery.
Julian Popov. Financial Times. April 23, 2020.
Covid-19 and the circular economy: opportunities and reflections.
Laxmi Haigh and Lena Bäunker. Medium. April 16, 2020.
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