Steel factories emit around 3 billion tons of CO2 a year. A new way of producing it eliminates direct CO2 emissions and cuts energy use in half.
Research uncovers a game-changing opportunity to replace gas furnaces and water heaters with clean electric equipment.
The bad news: Climate change is slowing down the conveyor belt of ocean currents. The good news: We can prevent these changes from happening by growing a new low-carbon economy.
This great new book is worth a read
Small Talk about Climate Change
A great Canadian climate issues primer video
Families used to pay $3,600/year for diesel to heat their homes and will now be able to save $1,500. Each heat pump eliminates 5 Tons of GHG emissions. So far they have eliminated 770 Tons in 154 houses.
McGill University has announced the establishment of a Chair in Architecture, Energy, and Environment in the Peter Guo-hua Fu School of Architecture, to develop turn-key solutions for mass building climate retrofits.
Humber College and Enbridge Gas recently hosted an informative webinar on home retrofits
In New Zealand, the construction industry is resisting changes to encourage sustainability in the building code