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CLIMATE CHANGE … is the most significant challenge of our time, and an opportunity of unparalleled importance.  

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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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Global Warming and Forest Management – Is There a Disconnect?

Canadian forests are at a critical crossroads. Wood product markets are red-hot, but our forests are in a fragile state/.
Posted On 09 Jun 2021
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How Will 5G Upgrade Smart Cities Around the World?

5G can connect more sensors and provide more data to officials looking to create sustainable and eco-friendly infrastructure in cities.
Posted On 09 Jun 2021
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The Pathway to Resilience and Carbon Neutrality

New webinars Series will explore Pathway to Resilience and Carbon Neutrality in the cement and concrete industries.
Posted On 29 May 2021
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The Importance of Improving our Recycling Centers

Although people recycle with the best of intentions, there are flaws in the system that do more harm than good.
Posted On 26 May 2021
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PNWER’s 30th Annual Summit will take place in Big Sky Montana

Summit to be a Virtual/In-Person Hybrid Event due to COVID-19 Pandemic Travel Restrictions
Posted On 25 May 2021
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Build with Strength Coalition Partners with Habitat for Humanity International

Donated concrete will strengthen affordable housing, making it more resilient and sustainable
Posted On 25 May 2021
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The Pathway to Resilience and Carbon Neutrality – Webinar Series

Don't miss these four distinct webinars on the Pathway to Resilience and Carbon Neutrality in the cement and concrete industries
Posted On 25 May 2021
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How to Advocate for Sustainable Practices in Your Workplace

Companies that lead the way in sustainability practices and reap the benefits
Posted On 25 May 2021
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Renewables are stronger than ever as they power through the pandemic

Renewable electricity expanded at fastest pace in two decades, with huge additions of solar and wind becoming the ‘new normal’ going forward
Posted On 11 May 2021