Our Monday digest of the week’s 10 most important climate and clean energy developments

POTUS in Parliament 

Clean Energy Review - July 4, 2016

This week: A global green building group invites Canada to pilot a new net zero certification strategy, a small Alberta city splices together 3,600 rooftop solar panels, and the Three Amigos sign onto an “eminently attainable” new North American clean energy target. Ole!

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A Paris Agreement Brexit?

Clean Energy Review - June 27, 2016

This week: Bathers stand starkers against geothermal development, one of Canada’s Big Five banks goes to bat for carbon pricing, and in the wake of the U.K.’s devastating departure, global climate and energy leaders endeavor to “keep calm and carry on.”

Small and smart vs. big and slow

Clean Energy Review - June 20, 2016

This week: Volkswagen unveils a complete reputational retooling, Nenshi says Calgary needs a new bumpersticker slogan, and the new kid on the block is fixing to run fossil power right outta town.

Ontario Nails It

Clean Energy Review - June 13, 2016

This week: Economic rock star Mark Carney stops by Edmonton, Germany overhauls its Energiewende, and Ontario takes the wraps off its climate leadership plan—and it’s a winner.

Turning Green into Gold

Clean Energy Review - June 6, 2016

This week: Renewable-energy developers drool at the prospect of greening prairie grids, Ottawa sharpens its pencil on innovation funding, and Quebec directs automakers and dealers to push electric vehicles—or pay the price.

Alberta Makes it Happen

Clean Energy Review - May 30, 2016

This week: The International Renewable Energy Agency releases its annual employment report, a startup wants to help office towers generate electricity from their windows, and Alberta takes a great big step into a lower-carbon future.

Straining Credibility

Clean Energy Review - May 23, 2016

This week: British Columbia’s Climate Leadership Team says it's time to step up, an ultra-bomber new tidal turbine sets sail for the Bay of Fundy, and 23 energy ministers pack their bags for California.

Into the Heart of the Clean Energy Industry

Clean Energy Review - May 16, 2016

This week: Major oil companies appear to be finally dropping serious coin into low-carbon energy, the United States again tops the clean-power investment podium, and Alberta runs spellcheck on the plan that will ultimately purge coal from its wires.

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