The CBC's Emily Chung has a great primer on why cities across Canada and the world are banning natural gas heating in newly constructed homes.
We need to talk about your gas stove, your health and climate change
NPR's Jeff Brady has a great piece on the growing backlash against the natural gas industry for its misleading claims about the safety of gas stoves in the house. An increasing number of studies are showing that combusting methane openly in your house produces dangerous levels of nitrogen dioxide.
Smart solutions to decarbonize buildings
There's a great new TED Talk on ways buildings can be decarbonized - a core mission of the Pocket Change Project!
Do heat pumps work in cold climates?
Carbon Switch founder Michael Thomas debunks the myth that air source heat pumps (ASHPs) don't work in sub-zero temperatures.
City Council adds more on-street EV chargers
Toronto will double the number of on-street chargers after residents complained the five-year-old pilot project had produced only nine on-street parking spots with $2-per-hour chargers.
Lessons for EV charging from the history of gas stations
The Star has a feature called "Learning to Network - There are some lessons EVs can learn from the creation of gas stations more than a century ago."
New funding for EV charging stations
The Toronto Atmospheric fund has obtained $2 million for 300 EV charging stations in the GTA and Hamilton region.
Cooking without gas: why cities are cutting methane from homes
CBC radio took a look at cities and towns that are taking natural gas out of buildings in a shift to a greener future. Laura Lynch checks in on communities on either side of Lake Ontario leading the way.
Electric vehicle chargers to be installed at most ONroute rest stops by summer
An exciting announcement that all the ONroute rest stops on highways 400 and 401 will have EV chargers by the end of the year