Schneider Electric helping Port of Montreal cut 2,800 tons of greenhouse gasses
Clean growth and climate change in the Atlantic
Ontario flicks the switch on vehicle charging stations
Mandatory insurance for federally regulated railways raised to $1-B
Canadian CEOs want governments to focus on clean tech
Protecting Nova Scotia’s ecosystems
Ontario strategy earns greenest employer award
A focused, four-part strategy – employee engagement, strategic leadership, executive participation and partnerships – with short- and long-term goals has resulted in the Ontario Public Service quickly becoming and sustaining itself as one of Canada’s greenest employers.
BC sets North American benchmark for carbon neutral communities
In 2008, British Columbia committed to taking leadership on climate change, including world-leading policy initiatives such as the Revenue Neutral Carbon Tax. After several years, the results look promising.
Greening government’s grey fleet
By using rental cars in a variety of ways – by the hour, by the day, or for longer periods of a month or more – fleet operators provide flexibility and convenience for employees while increasing compliance and cost efficiencies for organizations.
Reforms, Election and Cyberspace
Immunity passports, a looming election, digitizing, and diversity
Leadership, Strategy and COVID-19 vaccines
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