3 Environmentally Friendly Practices Happening in Canada, Right Now

3 Environmentally Friendly Practices Happening in Canada, Right Now

As we strive to find sustainable solutions to various problems such as climate change, both people and companies across Canada are finding new ways to become as environmentally friendly as possible. Here’s a handful of environmentally friendly practices happening right now in ...

50+ Tweets Showing Canada’s Environmental Leadership

50+ Tweets Showing Canada’s Environmental Leadership

Canada’s environmental leadership often flies under the radar, and to tell you the truth, it's mind boggling trying to understand why. Media organizations, environmental non-profits, special interest groups and Canadians from coast-to-coast should all be celebrating the world-...

Canadian LNG Will Reduce CO2 Emissions in China: Study

Canadian LNG Will Reduce CO2 Emissions in China: Study

Key Points • Three independent life-cycle assessments (LCAs) using same liquefied natural gas (LNG) system but different assumptions and methods• All three conclude large reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by displacing Chinese coal with Canadian LNG • Location and op...

WATCH: Canadian Oil & Gas Undervalued Considering Nation's ESG Leadership

WATCH: Canadian Oil & Gas Undervalued Considering Nation's ESG Leadership

Rafi Tahmazian, Director and Senior Portfolio Manager with Canoe Financial tells BNN why he thinks Canadian oil and gas is undervalued. He discusses Canada's exemplary record for environmental, social and governance (ESG) investment criteria and how this may present a grand o...

Shutting Down the Frontier Oil Sands Mine Could Harm the Global Environment

Shutting Down the Frontier Oil Sands Mine Could Harm the Global Environment

The federal government’s decision on whether or not to approve the new Frontier oil sands mine is coming soon. No less than a global perspective must be taken by our government when choosing. Shutting the project down has the potential to hurt the global environment through c...

LNG Canada Project: Removing 18 Million Cars from the Road Every Year

LNG Canada Project: Removing 18 Million Cars from the Road Every Year

Did you know that once fully completed, the LNG Canada project will have 4 trains with the capacity to export 28 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Asia each year? This is huge news for LNG in Canada. It’s also very good news for the global environment as this a...

Canada is #1 on Environmental Performance Index Among Top 10 Oil Exporters

Canada is #1 on Environmental Performance Index Among Top 10 Oil Exporters

Did you know that Canada is one of the world’s top 10 exporters of crude oil (4th) and ranks number one on the Environmental Performance Index (EPI) versus the other top 10 exporting nations?! First published in 2002 by Yale University and Columbia University in collaboration...

Saskatchewan Carbon Capture Facility (CCS) Reaches 3 Millionth Milestone

Saskatchewan Carbon Capture Facility (CCS) Reaches 3 Millionth Milestone

In early November of 2019, the Boundary Dam 3 Power Station’s Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) facility in Saskatchewan captured its 3 millionth tonne of carbon dioxide (CO2) since it began operation in 2014. This is an incredible milestone considering that the amount of carbo...

Climate Action & Renewables in Canada: 60+ Statistics

Climate Action & Renewables in Canada: 60+ Statistics

Did you know that Canada is a world leader on climate action and has been for many years? It comes from the top down in our country, with all levels of government putting a major effort into reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through initiatives like building Canadian ren...

Oil Sands Producers and the Environment: 15 Infographics

Oil Sands Producers and the Environment: 15 Infographics

Did you know that Canada is home to the world's third largest recoverable oil reserves? Most of Canada's oil is found in the oil sands in the western province of Alberta. Did you also know that the companies operating in oil sands are required to adhere to some of the strictes...