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Carbon Tax and GHGs: What Will it Mean for Green Jobs?
Tweet It’s a new year and there’s a new vision for Canada; a future that includes putting a price on carbon in a bid to… Read more
Energy Conservation and Waste Avoidance: A Lucrative Method for Manufacturers
Darrin Kinsey, Sr. Project Manager of Enviro-Stewards shares his insights into ways the manufacturing industry can mitigate waste and become more sustainable. Here’s a brief look at one of the topics he covered during the session
New for 2016: National Occupational Standards for Environmental Employment
Establishing a National Occupational Standard (NOS) is a vital part of our support of the environmental industry. Occupational standards help set a benchmark for skills and competencies in the industry, which helps establish expectations for employers and professionals alike.
On the Right Track? Transport Canada Proposes Regulating Locomotive Emissions
Transport Canada’s announcement in June that rail regulations will change this September achieves several things, for both the environment and public health and safety.
Rio 2016: The Sustainability Games?
The organizers of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio have, by all accounts, been committed to producing an event that lowers the usual environmental footprint of the Olympics. The Games are traditionally known as resource hogs, and these games are no different. What are some of the issues and innovations?
Monthly Snapshot: Compliance creates waves of opportunity for water quality specialists
Over 83,000 core professionals work to keep our groundwater, surface water, drinking water and wastewater safe from pollution, but over 400,000 professionals use “water quality skills” in their roles. See how compliance is driving employment opportunities in this sector with our latest snapshot.
Are Waste Reduction Programs Successful? Two Cities Show Different (Yet Similar) Results
As cities grow, so too does their carbon footprint. Canadian cities have, one by one, pledged to reduce or divert as much waste as possible by 2020. But how are they doing?
A New (Re)Purpose: Innovations to Reduce Waste
“Waste not, want not” is an adage as old as the hills (thanks, Benjamin Franklin), but it’s becoming a mainstay of innovation for scientists and environmental industry professionals who are out to curb the amount of junk cluttering our landfills or filling our oceans.
Here are some exciting new advancements – from names you might recognize, but many you may not.