October 17, 2016 | Chateau Lacombe | www.BlueGreenCanada.ca/Alberta
For years residents have argued for a cleaner and greener future for the old Kodak lands and the surrounding communities.
Today we made a submission to government on a pan-Canadian climate change framework.
Guest Blog by Keith Brooks Environmental Defence's Clean Economy Director
Blue Green Canada encourages the participants in Thursday’s First Minister’s Meeting in Vancouver to follow through on their advocacy for just transition in Paris with actions at home.
Blue Green Canada on just transition and Canada's pending climate change plans in The Hill Times
The Eglinton Crosstown LRT could be emissions free but not if a polluting gas plant goes ahead. Metrolinx wants to build the gas plant to provide back-up power for LRT.
The world's attention is focussed on Paris where leaders from around the globe are negotiating for commitments to act on climate change.
We sent this letter to Canada’s COP21 delegation supporting Just Transition language in the Paris Climate Agreement
November 23, 2015
Majority of Canadians support investments in clean technology for job creation and a more diverse economy less dependent on oil: Poll
On July 27th Blue Green Canada's board of directors met in Alberta for the first time.
Blue Green Canada's remarks to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Industry, Science, and Technology on the State of Disruptive Technologies
As transit activists and local politicians often remark, Canada is the only G8 nation without a national transit plan.
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