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Okanagan school district plugs in its second solar panel project, expects to save $15K a year.
The “Eating Where We Are” Slow Food in Canada National Summit will be held April 19-22 in Saskatoon.
The Liberal government unveils a policy and new money to encourage development of the province's food sector, including organic farming.
Paul Rak outfitted his plant with newer equipment that uses less energy, changed the plant's electricity-use patterns to avoid peak periods, and tightened up factory floor rules to conserve heating in the winter.
Plastic Bank, a global recycling venture founded in Canada, rewards people in developing countries who bring plastic rubbish to bank recycling centres with blockchain-secured digital tokens.
New technology will be capable of recharging buses in about five minutes.
The program helps youth learn about trades while providing homes for seniors.
"Having an informed, scientifically literate population that can think critically is really important for citizens to ensure that policies are being made that are in their best interests."
In a genuine effort to decrease diesel consumption, heat pumps have been installed in almost all of 350 homes and solar panels installed on all major buildings.
Researchers are extracting vanadium from the oilsands and using it to build batteries.
A provincial food drive is hoping to provide food banks around Alberta with more fresh items.
Opinion: There’s funding and political will, but only collaboration and integrated training in the communities themselves will provide a true solution.
New Zealand it will ban new permits for offshore oil exploration as it attempts to move towards a low-carbon future.
Shipping firms to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 as part of historic agreement.
Stretch of road outside Stockholm transfers energy from two tracks of rail in the road, recharging the batteries of electric cars and trucks.
Washington State regulators have tentatively denied the request by to use a pesticide to control shrimp that burrow in oyster and clam beds and make it hard for the shellfish to grow.
Thor Trucks ET-One, the winner of Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Award for energy, can haul 80,000 pounds of cargo and travel 300 miles on a single charge.
Council members presented the reforms as a way to increase housing affordability as well as address greenhouse gas emissions.
Geologists aim to tap reservoir in tunnels under Glasgow.
The project creates affordable housing units in an existing building where a local school for the Municipality of Essômes sur Marne is located and transforms the entrance for persons with disabilities.
Succulents and other small plants grow from the tiles that clad this 3D-printed shed, which was designed to offer a solution for the Bay Area's housing shortage.
Students at the Southern California Institute of Architecture have suggested ways to transform a former jail in Los Angeles, including a park controlled by artificial intelligence.