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Vancouver unveils Canada's first electric fire truck in its pledge to cut emissions

Vancouver unveils Canada's first electric fire truck in its pledge to cut emissions

Vancouver’s fire department is showing off what the city says is Canada’s first electric fire engine.
Court decisions forced some rethink of oil, gas emissions cap: Minister Guilbeault

Court decisions forced some rethink of oil, gas emissions cap: Minister Guilbeault

OTTAWA — The Liberal government had to delay its long-promised regulations to cap emissions from oil and gas production in Canada because of two recent court decisions forcing Ottawa to tread more carefully on climate policy affecting provinces, Envi
Opinion: B.C. young people want more, not less, climate policy

Opinion: B.C. young people want more, not less, climate policy

Why are we comparing a world with an imperfect but important CleanBC to one without it?
The hidden environmental cost of your overflowing email inbox

The hidden environmental cost of your overflowing email inbox

When consumers think about ways to reduce their carbon footprint, lowering their car usage, eating fewer animal products and reducing their waste likely come to mind. But there’s another, perhaps easier, way to cut your emissions: delete old emails.
Pressure builds to eliminate fossil fuel use as oil executive takes over climate talks

Pressure builds to eliminate fossil fuel use as oil executive takes over climate talks

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Pressure to phase out fossil fuels mounted Thursday on the oil company chief who took over fragile international climate negotiations that opened in Dubai on Thursday in what some say are contradictory dual roles.
Here's what you need to know about Canada's priorities and challenges ahead of COP28

Here's what you need to know about Canada's priorities and challenges ahead of COP28

TORONTO — Canada’s image at the world’s signature climate negotiations could be complicated by infighting, some observers fear, as two of the federal government's ardent critics at the provincial level look to capture attention at the United Nations
As B.C. glaciers retreat, gold mining companies stake claims in new salmon habitat

As B.C. glaciers retreat, gold mining companies stake claims in new salmon habitat

Salmon habitat or gold mine? In the wake of melting glaciers, new prospects open up along the B.C.-Alaska border.
House petition calls on Trudeau to legislate protection of land and sea

House petition calls on Trudeau to legislate protection of land and sea

NDP MP Richard Cannings sponsored a petition to the House of Commons calling on Canada to introduce legislation that would force it to protect 30% of land and seas by 2030.
B.C. groups intervene in legal bid to rein in weak government climate targets

B.C. groups intervene in legal bid to rein in weak government climate targets

Ontario Court of Appeal case could act as a 'sword' to hold B.C. and federal climate targets in check, says lawyer.
Feds to appeal court ruling that struck down cabinet order labelling plastics toxic

Feds to appeal court ruling that struck down cabinet order labelling plastics toxic

The federal government will appeal a recent Federal Court ruling that struck down a cabinet order underlying Ottawa's ban of some single-use plastics, Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said Monday.
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