Energy

Ontario needs to broaden its climate change policy reach

The Ontario government will need to expand its climate change policy agenda if it hopes to have any chance of reaching its short- and medium-term greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets.  This

Green Career Training under the Microscope

Despite countless new incentives helping to drive Ontario's booming solar energy market, the industry's continued growth hinges on how effectively professionals in the field can provide the types o

Water Hour: Launching a global happening to protect water

The first-ever Water Hour, is taking place at 8 pm on June 11.

ENERGY STAR® Program to Increase Water Heater Criteria this Fall

This fall, the ENERGY STAR program will increase the minimum Energy Factor (EF) for gas storage water heaters from 0.62 to 0.67.

ESAC Conference 2010: Sustainability in a Changing World

It was in 1993 that the Environmental Studies Association of Canada (ESAC – ACEE en français) joined the over 75-year-old Canadian Federation of Soc

Ontario Solar Energy and Clean Technology Leaders to Convene in Australia

Innovators in solar energy, photovoltaic technology, and other clean energy sectors will gather from September 5th to 8th at EcoGen 2010 in Australia.&

Green Jobs Rounding out Manufacturing Positions

Ontario’s Green Energy Act appears to be playing a significant role in boosting the province's econo

June Guest Editor, Chris Tyrell Answers Your Energy Questions

Many of you wrote questions in for our guest editor Chris to answer! Here are 5 of the most popular questions answered.

1. What is a Feed in Tariff?

Global Footprint Network present the New Footprint Calculator

Whether you're a car-pooling vegan from Italy, frugal home-maker from China or a jet-setting fashionista from Brazil, you can calculate the size of your Footprint on the planet with a new Web tool

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