Canada Ranks 2nd on Global Cleantech Innovation Index 2024

Canada Ranks 2nd on Global Cleantech Innovation Index 2024

Key Points • Canada ranks 2nd on the Global Cleantech Innovation Index 2024 with 13 companies on the list, behind the U.S. (41) but ahead of the UK (9), Germany (9), France (4) and Australia (3) • 13 out of 100 companies listed on the GCII 2024 were Canadian, the second highes...

Nuclear Power a Solution to Emissions Reductions, Canada Can Lead the Way

Nuclear Power a Solution to Emissions Reductions, Canada Can Lead the Way

The United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai has now ended, with parties calling to accelerate the deployment of zero- and low-emission technologies such as nuclear and emission abatement/removal systems like carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) in ...

Hydropower in Canada: 15 Facts & Statistics

Hydropower in Canada: 15 Facts

Canada is a hydroelectricity powerhouse, today holding the title as a global leader in harnessing this renewable energy source. With its abundant water resources and vast landscapes, it is no surprise that Canada is the third-largest hydroelectricity producer in the world. Ab...

Canada Has the Most Active Carbon Pricing Initiatives Worldwide

Canada Has the Most Active Carbon Pricing Initiatives Worldwide

Courtesy of Visual Capitalist A new infographic by Visual Capitalist shows that Canada, the world’s fourth-largest exporter of oil and sixth-largest exporter of natural gas, is where you'll find the most active carbon pricing initiatives worldwide [1]. Canada is home to 15 ou...

25 Examples of GHG Emission Reductions in Canada's Natural Resource Sectors

25 Examples of GHG Emission Reductions in Canada's Natural Resource Sectors

Did you know that Canada's natural resource companies are global leaders in reducing emissions? From the constant opposition (and often misinformation) from protestors that these industries face, the good news about how Canadian resource companies continually reduce their env...

Nuclear Power in Canada: 25 Facts

Nuclear Power in Canada: 25 Facts

Did you know that Canada sources about 82 per cent of its electricity supply from non-emitting sources? Around 60 per cent of that power generation is hydroelectric, while nuclear power in Canada generates about 15 per cent. The remaining 7 per cent is made up of other non-hy...

Oil Sands Commit $24 Billion to Phase 1 of Emission Reductions on Path Towards Net Zero

Oil Sands Commit $24 Billion to Phase 1 of Emission Reductions on Path Towards Net Zero

Canada’s oil sands operators have announced plans to spend $24 billion on emission-reduction projects by 2030 as part of their commitment to reach net zero by 2050. The Oil Sands Pathways to Net Zero Alliance – accounting for 95% of oil sands production – has allocated $16.5 ...

Carbon Capture is a Major Opportunity for Canadians: REPORT

Carbon Capture is a Major Opportunity for Canadians: REPORT

The build-out of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technology can help transform Canada's oil and gas sector into one of the lowest greenhouse gas (GHG) emission feedstocks in the world, according to a new report by CIBC Capital Markets. CIBC estimates that compl...

Carbon Capture is a Win-Win for Canadians & the Global Environment

Carbon Capture is a Win-Win for Canadians & the Global Environment

At a time when the world needs reliable, affordable and responsibly produced energy more than ever, Canadian oil and gas producers are rising to meet the challenge.  What’s impressive is that these companies produce energy with environmental excellence as a top priority. Our ...

Oil Sands Reclamation in Canada: 22 Facts

Oil Sands Reclamation in Canada: 22 Facts

Canada’s oil sands have long been in the limelight but for all the wrong reasons. For example, not many people know about the oil sands’ world-class reclamation requirements that, in some instances, have seen open-pit mines transform into grazing pastures where now over 300 b...