BC Introduces New legislation to enable world-leading provincial spills regime

The proposed regime will ensure effective preparedness, response and recovery measures are in place for hazardous substance spills, from any source
Posted On 29 Feb 2016
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Cold light shines on Paris climate pledges

New research finds signs that many countries are making serious attempts to stick to action pledges made at the Paris climate summit – but others still lag way behind.
Posted On 29 Feb 2016
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Poor air quality kills 5.5 million worldwide annually

University of British Columbia researchers present new data on air pollution at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Posted On 12 Feb 2016
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China – lowering CO2 emissions without harming economic growth

MIT professor sees coal use peaking within next decade and emissions dropping soon after.
Posted On 11 Feb 2016
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Increasing World Renewable Energy Would Boost Global GDP by $1.3 Trillion

Dramatically scaling up renewables in the global energy mix by 2030 would increase GDP, social welfare and employment worldwide
Posted On 16 Jan 2016

Perfect storm heads for fossil fuel assets

Coal, oil and gas sectors warned that trillions of dollars of assets could be stranded if a global agreement on limiting climate change is reached at the UN summit in Paris
Posted On 25 Nov 2015
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New study finds China’s emissions likely to peak by 2025

China’s greenhouse gas emissions could peak more than five years earlier than expected, helping to avoid dangerous climate change
Posted On 11 Jun 2015
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Over 100 Leading Scientists Call for a Moratorium on New Oil Sands Development

Consensus statement says the science is clear: there can be no more oil sands development if we are to solve the global climate crisis
Posted On 10 Jun 2015
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