How’s this for leadership: Norway will double its carbon tax, set up a CAD$1.5 billion mitigation fund, develop renewable energy, and advance food security in developing nations.

2013 should not be remembered for its failures, but as the year that individual companies, cities, communities, and provinces and states stepped up to the plate and met the biggest challenge and opportunity of our age head-on.

Green Energy Doors Open is a province-wide showcase of individual, community, public and commercial sustainable energy projects. If you’re a clean-energy enthusiast. Did somebody say road trip?

The Energy Garden is now North America’s largest commercial-scale high solids anaerobic digester. Each year, it will convert up to 40,000 tonnes of organic waster into useful products, while reducing carbon pollution by the equivalent of roughly 10,255 tonnes.

A packed house welcomed the Climate Council’s Tim Flannery to Calgary Wednesday night, kicking off our Low Carbon Leadership Speaker Series. In a wide-ranging conversation with green economy expert Bob Page, the author and scientist proved himself moving, articulate, and funny.

Elected leaders from British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, and California today signed a landmark Pacific Coast Action Plan on Climate and Energy. The plan represents a pledge for the leaders to work together to slash climate pollution and accelerate the shift to a low-carbon economy.

Full text of the agreement of the Pacific Coast Action Plan on Climate and Energy, signed October 29. 2013 by the Governments of California, British Columbia, Oregon and Washington,

The first event in our new Low Carbon Leadership speaker series will bring together on one stage Tim Flannery with Dr. Bob Page, the director of the Enbridge Centre for Corporate Sustainability at the University of Calgary.

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