Headlines from the clean energy transition

Read the latest on the shift to clean energy here in Canada and around the world.

Top Clean Energy and Climate Trends For May 2014

What are the most important trends in climate change and clean energy today? If you'd joined our debut Clean Energy Quarterly webinar earlier today, you’d already know. In a packed hour, we...

Green Bonds: An Investment To Write Home About

In an encouraging move for those of us who track market-based mechanisms for financing the clean energy future, the Premier of Ontario this week said that, in the coming year, her province will be...

Analysis: Why the Pacific Coast Action Plan Matters

From left to right: The Hon. Mary Polak, Minister of the Environment, British Columbia, with John Kitzhaber, Governor of Oregon, and Jay Inslee, Governor of Washington. You wouldn't know it from the...

Vancouver Sun: LNG – A Promise to the People

We’ve been hearing it for the better part of two years. Again and again, in interviews and speeches from Delta to Fort Nelson, to Japan and Washington, D.C., and all points between, British...

Québec is Making a SWITCH

Equiterre's Steven Guilbeault (left) with Denis Leclerc, President and CEO of Écotech Québec. Photo: Le Devoir. With abundant hydro-electricity, a thriving clean-tech cluster, a province-wide EV...

What Debate? Canada is Ready for a Clean Energy Future

Over the past year energy issues have featured heavily in political and public debate across the country. And Canadians might be forgiven for feeling confused (if they haven’t tuned out) given how...

Could Alberta's Crisis Help Us Head Off A Global One?

Photo: Yahya Khwaja, Flickr Early Thursday morning, my dad texted me to say he fled his home in Canmore, Alberta shortly before the town declared a state of emergency. By noon, my brother was told...

Cutting Carbon: The Heart of a Canadian Energy Strategy

If we don't prepare to compete in the global low carbon economy, then we're liable to get left behind. Fortunately, the Canadian energy strategy—currently under development by the premiers of all...