Finance Solutions for Climate Action Needed

One of the main obstacles to meaningful climate action is adequate capital backing. While government policies and incentives are crucial to drive clim...
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Unpacking Transition Risk and Opportunity for Canada and the World

The ongoing global transition to a lower-carbon, resilient economy requires significant and, in some cases, disruptive changes across economic sectors...
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Summer of Extreme Weather Confirms the Need for Climate Action, Canadian Private Sector Responds

Extreme weather events in Canada are intensifying, highlighting the financial and social cost of climate change. After a summer of heat waves, floodin...
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Embodied Carbon Developments Roundup: Shifting from Reporting to Meaningful Action

Action on addressing embodied carbon has continued to grow since our last roundup blog in December 2017. Embodied carbon refers to upstream and downs...
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Federal Expert Panel on Climate Change Proposes 54 Indicators to Measure Adaptation and Resilience

Preparing for the impacts of a changing climate requires coordinated efforts across sectors. Many in government, business, academia and civil society ...
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Engineers Canada Releases National Guideline: Principles of Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation for Engineers

In Canada, individual provinces and territories have complete authority to regulate the practice of engineering. Engineers Canada is a national organi...
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