The Star has a good piece on Ontario's U-turn on clean electricity.
In the era of the electric car, will gas stations fade away like horseshoe makers did when internal combustion engines replaced horses? The CBC's Laura McQuillan has an interesting article.
The emissions from your house may not be as obvious as the exhaust from a tailpipe, but they’re just as real. The good news? The latest electric options for heating, hot water and cooking are worth exploring—and there are financial incentives that make them even more appealing.
The Guardian's Oliver Milman has a cheeky take on why Hummers could be good for the environment.
John Lorinc has prepared a brief and informative primer on air source heat pumps and the costs and benefits of getting your home off natural gas that Pocket Retrofit Coach Paul Dowsett says should be mandatory reading for anyone interested in fuel switching.
John Lorinc writes in the Globe about passive homes and geo-sourced air pumps in new homes across Toronto and Ontario
The Vancouver Sun has an article showing most Canadians won't buy another gas-powered car after learning that an electric car will save them tens of thousands of dollars over the life of the vehicle.
Here's a new twist on the argument for switching to heat pumps - they not only cut your carbon emissions, they'll cut down on Europe's dependance on Russian oil.
Brett Tyron has a great rundown in Chatelaine on why switching off natural gas is key to fighting climate change, is not more expensive (especially as the carbon tax rises), and will make your home more comfortable.