Some new approaches to emission detection are literally out of this world.
We can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by turning CO2 into useful products including fish food, concrete and vodka.
Canada reduced GHG emissions from flaring by 38 per cent even as production increased by 22 per cent. If only the rest of the world followed our lead.
Alberta non-profit focuses on helping industry become ‘carbon positive.’
Reducing institutional investment actually impedes development of technology that improves environmental performance.
Company cites uncertainty around Canada’s climate change rules
What if you could turn man-made CO2 from something that causes global warming into useful products like concrete, bioplastics or vodka?
This key chapter to the Paris Agreement could encourage international collaboration on greenhouse gas emissions reductions and help Canada meet its reduction targets.
The NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE’s newest finalist should help liven up the after-party while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Electrified LNG could allow Asian customers to use Canadian natural gas with fewer emissions than competitors, while benefiting B.C.’s independent power producers.