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What We’re Reading This Week - Sussex Environment Team

Published on
May 8, 2020

May 1 - May 8

Making Homes Energy Efficient is Expensive. Stimulus Could Help.
Leslie Kaufman. Bloomberg News, Financial Post. April 30, 2020.

Why it doesn't make economic sense to ignore climate change in our recovery from the pandemic.
Anna Skarbek. Phys.Org. May 7, 2020.

The world is on lockdown. So where are all the carbon emissions coming from?
Shannon Osaka. April 27, 2020. Grist.

NEWSMAKER-New Bank of Canada governor Macklem brings job familiarity with green touch.
Kelsey Johnson. Reuters. May 1, 2020.

City leaders aim to shape green recovery from coronavirus crisis.
Matthew Taylor and Sandra Laville. The Guardian. May 1, 2020.

Saving the planet demands sacrifices just as Covid-19 does.
Tim Harford. Financial Times. May 1.

COVID-19 wipes out demand for fossil fuels – will they bounce back?
Kyle Bakx. CBC News. May 3, 2020.

The electric circle – EV battery recycling.
Maria Kelleher and Samantha Millette. Solid Waste Magazine. April 21, 2020.

Green stimulus can repair global economy and climate, study says.
Fiona Harvey. The Guardian. May 5, 2020.

Study: Environmental protection policies, clean technology mandates can spur economic growth.
Douglas Donovan. John Hopkins University, Phys.Org. May 4, 2020.

In A Post-Pandemic World, Renewable Energy Is The Only Way Forward.
Enrique Dans. Forbes. May 3, 2020.

Protector or polluter? The impact of COVID-19 on the movement to end plastic waste.
Kristin Hughes. World Economic Forum. May 6, 2020.

The ESG Lens On COVID-19, Part 1.
Corinne B Bendersky, Michael T Ferguson, Noemie De La Gorce, Bruno Bastit. S&P Global Ratings. April 20, 2020.

Coronavirus: Governments’ recovery plans should take ‘green route,’ study says.
Beatrice Britneff. Global News. May 5, 2020.

COVID and Climate Change: How to Kill Two Birds With One Stone.
David Vetter. Forbes. May 5, 2020.

Coronavirus recovery package must rescue ‘net zero’ climate pledge, government advisers warn.
Rob Merrick. Independent. May 6, 2020.

How Canadian agricultural producers can lead the way in climate action.
Lisa Ashton and Ben Bradshaw. Canadian Manufacturing. May 5, 2020.

Reducing agriculture emissions through improved farming practices.
Daniel Aminetzah, Nicolas Denis, Kimberly Henderson, Joshua Katz, and Peter Mannion. McKinsey & Company. May 6, 2020.

The Oil Crash Created a Recycled Plastic Trap.
Emily Chasan. Bloomberg Green. May 6, 2020.

With a “radically changed” policy environment for electric and autonomous vehicles, what form should post-COVID stimulus take?
Luke Sarabia. Electric Autonomy Canada. April 22, 2020.

Roundtable: Canada needs to ramp up EV strategy – and make transit free.
Shawn McCarthy. Corporate Knights. May 6, 2020.

Why a Disorderly Transition of the Energy Sector is Bad News for Canada’s Climate Policy Aspirations.
Aaron Henry. National Newswatch. May 4, 2020.

The Coronavirus Could Set Conservation Efforts Back By Years.
Stephen Graff. Huffington Post. May 8, 2020.

Airline Bailouts Need Green Strings Attached, Mark Carney Says.
Jessica Shankleman. Bloomberg News, Financial Post. May 7, 2020.

A Pandemic That Cleared Skies And Halted Cities Isn’t Slowing Global Warming.
Laura Millan Lombrana and Hayley Warren.  Bloomberg Green. May 8, 2020.

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