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63% of Metro Vancouverites would pay for a regional green tax, finds poll

63% of Metro Vancouverites would pay for a regional green tax, finds poll

The new poll finds 82% of Metro Vancouver residents back launch of regional conservation fund; 63% said they are willing to personally contribute.
'Shell game' helps Canada avoid counting forestry emissions, finds study

'Shell game' helps Canada avoid counting forestry emissions, finds study

Canada's forestry sector emits more than 90 million tonnes of carbon pollution every year, but the federal government is not counting it, new research has found.
The B.C. scientists racing to understand singing fish

The B.C. scientists racing to understand singing fish

The sounds fish make are poorly understood, but advances in passive acoustic listening could pave the way for understanding and managing underwater ecosystems like never before.
YVR partnering with Schneider Electric to reduce carbon emissions

YVR partnering with Schneider Electric to reduce carbon emissions

Pact expected to make operations more reliable and workplace safer
Full disclosure: companies face emissions reporting mandates even as Canada lags

Full disclosure: companies face emissions reporting mandates even as Canada lags

TORONTO — It’s getting harder for companies to hide their dirty secrets.
Capilano University to research climate change impacts with $1.5M grant

Capilano University to research climate change impacts with $1.5M grant

The $1.5 million NSERC grant will fund the examination of sustainable tourism and biodiversity at the North Vancouver campus
Climate agreement inspires demand for clear definition of 'forest degradation' in Canada

Climate agreement inspires demand for clear definition of 'forest degradation' in Canada

Seven environmental groups are calling on the Canadian government to define 'forest degradation' using the best available science.
Guilbeault hails 'monumental' COP28 deal, others warn of 'dangerous distractions'

Guilbeault hails 'monumental' COP28 deal, others warn of 'dangerous distractions'

Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault hailed a "monumental" deal Wednesday to close out COP28, the first time the United Nations climate summit of nearly 200 countries agreed to transition away from fossil fuels.
Largest spill-response ship being readied at Ogden Point to work off B.C. coast

Largest spill-response ship being readied at Ogden Point to work off B.C. coast

The K.J. Gardner is in Victoria after sailing from the Netherlands to start its new job working off B.C.’s coast
Here's FortisBC's plans for discharging treated water at Woodfibre LNG and BC Rail sites

Here's FortisBC's plans for discharging treated water at Woodfibre LNG and BC Rail sites

The company has submitted an application to the BC Energy Regulator to release treated waste water at two sites: the BC Rail and Woodfibre LNG sites.
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