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A&WMA to present environmental nuisance conference in Toronto
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TORONTO, ONT-The Air and Waste Management Association (A&WMA) now has available a preliminary program for its "Environmental Nuisances: Noise, Light, Odour & Fugitive Dust" conference, to be h...
12/10/2007 | Full Story

Industry's environmental efforts can expect closer scrutiny by regulators, public
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The environment continues to ride high as a Canadian, indeed global, public policy issue, though there is some evidence that it may be a false high arising from prompted pollster questions. There seem...
12/10/2007 | Full Story

Low-carb(on) diet means no free emissions, says CD Howe paper
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Climate change policies and greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction targets set by successive Canadian governments over the past two decades have had little effect as emissions have continued to rise,...
12/3/2007 | Full Story

Greenhouse gas emissions worldwide reach near-record high levels in 2005: UNFCCC report
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Greenhouse gases emitted by 40 of the world's industrialized countries rose to a near-record high in 2005, continuing the upward trend of the previous year, as reported to the secretariat of the Unite...
12/3/2007 | Full Story

EUB probes Scotford upgrader gas release, Waterton gas field pipeline leak
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A November 19 gas release and fire at Shell Canada's Scotford upgrader forced the evacuation of a number of workers from a section of the facility. Following a operational upset, the gas, containing m...
11/26/2007 | Full Story

Multi-stakeholder group to create airshed target system for Alberta's industrial heartland
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EDMONTON, ALTA-The Alberta government has set up a new working group whose task will be to build the system that will allocate, monitor and evaluate the cumulative airshed targets for the province's i...
11/26/2007 | Full Story

Ecojustice launches action against Environment Minister over NPRI reporting by mining sector
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Ecojustice (formerly Sierra Legal Defence Fund) has initiated legal action against federal Environment Minister John Baird claiming that the Minister and Environment Canada officials told mining facil...
11/19/2007 | Full Story

Greenhouse gas action plan will be centrepiece of revised Nova Scotia energy policy
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A greenhouse gas (GHG) action plan will be a critical component of Nova Scotia's updated energy policy. The province's 2001 policy is being revised in the light of its new Environmental Goals and Sust...
11/19/2007 | Full Story

Major industrial emitters report small decline in GHG releases
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Total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from Canada's major industrial emitters inched downward in 2006, declining by 2.3% from 2005 levels. Data compiled by Statistics Canada on behalf of Environment Ca...
11/19/2007 | Full Story

Ottawa proclaims 25-year-old vehicle fuel efficiency standards act
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Twenty-five years after it was passed, the Motor Vehicle Fuel Consumption Standards Act (MVFCSA) has been proclaimed into law.
11/12/2007 | Full Story

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