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Vancouver’s maritime future must be embraced

Long recognized for its scenic beauty and quality of living, Vancouver is now being recognized for its potential as a global maritime hub.
Posted On 15 May 2017
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How to Make Future Business Leaders Aware of Climate Change

According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, we need to keep global temperature rise below1.5°C to avert far-reaching climatic implications
Posted On 16 Nov 2019
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Deep disparities persist in the global energy system

Rapid and widespread changes across all parts of the energy system are needed to put the world on a path to a secure and sustainable energy future.
Posted On 13 Nov 2019
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How Does Air Pollution Hurt the Economy?

Here’s what to know about air pollution and some of the solutions available to us.
Posted On 04 Nov 2019
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Offshore wind to become a $1 trillion industry

Europe is set to be the engine of growth for this flourishing renewable energy technology, followed closely by China and others
Posted On 25 Oct 2019
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Here’s How Cities Can Run on 100% Renewable Energy

What will it take for any city to become 100% renewable, and what challenges will they need to overcome to achieve this goal?
Posted On 09 Aug 2019
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Solar future shines ever more brightly

Progress in China, the US and elsewhere shows an increasingly positive solar future
Posted On 26 Jun 2019
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Concrete Buildings Emerge as Major Storehouses of Carbon from the Atmosphere

Concrete in the built environment reabsorbs atmospheric carbon
Posted On 26 Jun 2019
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What makes a City Great? Here are twelve sustainability features that can help

What exactly makes a city sustainable and how can cities find success in improving how they relate to the environment?
Posted On 24 Apr 2019
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Global energy demand rose by 2.3% in 2018, its fastest pace in the last decade

Despite major renewables growth last year, CO2 emissions reached a historic high
Posted On 26 Mar 2019
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