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Xerox cuts GHG emissions by 18% surpassing target for 2012
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Xerox Canada, in tandem with its U.S. parent company, reports that it has surpassed its 2012 target for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Consequently, it is upping its goal by more than 100%. ...
12/10/2007 | Full Story

Nova Scotia invites Ecotrust applications
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HALIFAX, NS-Nova Scotia is inviting municipalities to develop proposals to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and air pollution in their communities, and the best proposals will earn a share of a $...
12/10/2007 | Full Story

Expert panel to advise Environment Minister at UNFCCC conference
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Federal Environment Minister John Baird has appointed a panel of eminent Canadians to provide advice and assistance at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) conference und...
12/10/2007 | Full Story

Industry network proposes strategy for staged, large-scale carbon capture and storage development
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Canada is in a unique position to take advantage of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology and, in so doing, become an environmental and energy leader, says a new industry study.
12/10/2007 | Full Story

EUB scientist confirmed as Nobel laureate
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EDMONTON, ALTA-Dr Stefan Bachu, a senior scientist with the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (EUB), has been honoured as a Nobel Laureate for his participation on the United Nation's Intergovernment...
12/3/2007 | 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

BC joins international partnership to deal with climate change
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The British Columbia government has joined a groundbreaking international effort to deal with climate change. At a recent summit in Lisbon, Portugal, Premier Gordon Campbell signed on to the Internati...
11/26/2007 | Full Story

Engineers Canada to head global environment committee
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Engineers Canada will chair the World Federation of Engineering Organizations' (WFEO) Committee on Engineering and the Environment for the next four-year term. The position, accepted during the World ...
11/26/2007 | Full Story

IPCC Fourth Assessment Report warns of unequivocal warming, abrupt and irreversible impacts
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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has issued its strongest statement to date, warning of increasing air and ocean temperatures worldwide, a warming of the climate system it calls "u...
11/26/2007 | Full Story

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