June 5 - June 12
Another week of big ideas and practical solutions in this list of great articles, curated by the Sussex Environment Team. Have a great weekend.
Green recovery fever spreads around the globe.
Shawn McCarthy. Corporate Knights. June 9, 2020.
The world must seize this opportunity to meet the climate challenge.
Andrew Bailey, Mark Carney, Francois Villeroy de Galhau, Frank Elderson. The Guardian. June 5, 2020.
Suncor invests in sustainable jet fuel production.
Amanda Stephenson. Calgary Herald. June 3, 2020.
Should Canada engineer a ‘green’ recovery? It’s complicated.
Adam Radwanski. Globe and Mail. June 7, 2020.
BlackRock’s Green Dreams Got Complicated Fast.
Annie Massa. Bloomberg Green. June 6, 2020.
Lake Ontario ‘aquatic landfill’ to contain 150-year-old toxic blob from industrial pollution.
Kelly Bennett. The Narwhal. June 6, 2020.
Australia’s Water is Vanishing.
Matthew Campbell. Bloomberg Businessweek. June 1, 2020.
5 green infrastructure projects engineers recommend to boost COVID-19 economic recovery.
Chris Arsenault. CBC News. June 7, 2020.
Plastic Is the Hero of Coronavirus, Says the Plastics Industry.
Leslie Kaufman. Bloomberg Green. June 8, 2020.
Edmonton to join low-carbon cities network and share in $183M fund.
Scott Johnston. 630CHED, Global News. June 4, 2020.
How Sustainable Technology Is Moving From Smart Homes To Smart Cities.
James Chan. Future of Good. April 27, 2020.
Look Who’s Talking About Zero Emissions.
Akshat Rathi, Laura Hurst. Bloomberg Green. June 9, 2020.
Powering up sustainable energy.
Katy George, Lynn Jurich. McKinsey & Company. June 9, 2020.
Canada’s Clean Energy Sector Can Help Drive Economic Recovery From COVID-19.
Ankit Mishra. Forbes. June 8, 2020.
Countries must work together on CO2 removal to avoid dangerous climate change.
Imperial College London. Science Daily. June 8, 2020.
Carmakers must overhaul production plans to hit climate goals - report.
Reuters, Financial Post. June 10, 2020.
Farmers won't receive carbon tax compensation for drying grain: Ottawa.
Dylan Robertson. Winnipeg Free Press. June 10, 2020.
Using the Tools of Climate Investing to Battle Injustice.
Emily Chasan. Bloomberg Quint. June 10, 2020.
How Women Can Lead The Resistance Against Climate Change.
Nancy Wang. Forbes. June 10, 2020.
Hydrogen fuel could be as cheap as gas in 5 years, study finds.
Sean Szymkowski. CNET Road Show. June 9, 2020.
After COVID-19, green investment must deliver jobs to get political traction.
Ryan Hanna, Yangyang Xu, David G. Victor. Nature. June 9, 2020.
Why Climate Investors May Be Missing Out On A Huge Investment Opportunity To Reduce Carbon.
Rob Kaplan. Forbes. June 9, 2020.
A $20 Billion Fund Targets Dirty Bonds in Its ESG Strategy.
Frances Schwartzkopff, Christian Wienberg. Bloomberg Green. June 9, 2020.
North America’s largest pipeline company aims to pivot to natural gas and renewable energy.
Geoffrey Morgan. Financial Post. June 8, 2020.
Ottawa’s new climate reporting requirement is good for business.
Stewart Elgie, Andrea Moffat. Policy Options. June 5, 2020.
Renewable Power Will Soon Come Out on Top.
Nathaniel Bullard. Financial Post. June 11, 2020.
Quebecers want economic push relaunch to be green: survey.
Canadian Press, The Province. June 10, 2020.
How stimulus dollars are spent will affect emissions for decades.
Christine Clark. Phys.Org. June 10, 2020.
Most Clean Energy Tech Is Not on Track to Meet Climate Goals.
Miranda Wilson, Carlos Anchondo. E&E News, Scientific American. June 10,2020.
U.S. regulator to report on climate risks to markets in July.
Ann Saphir. Reuters, Financial Post. June 11, 2020.
Energy Efficiency Alberta to go under proposed red-tape cutting bill.
Alex Antoneshyn. CTV News. June 11, 2020.
German government agrees on national hydrogen strategy.
Frank Jordans. CTV News. June 10, 2020.
UK considers ending financial support for fossil fuels overseas.
Jillian Ambrose. The Guardian. June 12, 2020.
Ottawa planning to require low-carbon concrete in federal construction projects.
Maura Forrest. Politico. June 11, 2020.
'Surprisingly rapid' rebound in carbon emissions post-lockdown.
Fiona Harvey. The Guardian. June 11, 2020.
Oilsands projects approved by AER would no longer need final stamp from government under new red tape reduction legislation.
Ashley Joannou. Edmonton Journal. June 11, 2020.