May 09, 2013
Greening global trade is a vital step to achieving sustainable development, and developing countries are well positioned to help catalyze this transition, according to a new report by the United Nations Environment Programme
March 14, 2013
Despite some uncertainties in the oil and gas market, there are hundreds of active capital investment projects in the oil sands sector in Western Canada. Last year investment was more than $19 billion with even greater expenditures on the horizon.
March 11, 2013
Torys and mergermarket have released an informative and easy to read Canadian Oil and Gas 2013 Outlook report that provides a detailed analysis of some of the key challenges and opportunities for the sector.
February 26, 2013
As governments seek to better manage their future renewable energy purchases, capacity auctions are becoming an increasingly preferred policy mechanism according to Ernst & Young’s latest Renewable energy country attractiveness report.
February 22, 2013
Even under 'business-as-usual' assumptions, APEC member economies which account for about 60 percent of world energy demand will likely meet their target of a 45 percent improvement in efficiency by 2035.
February 20, 2013
The federal government will invest $61.8 million in 23 clean technology projects across Canada in areas such as agriculture, transportation, mining and energy. Support is being provided through Sustainable Development Technology Canada.
October 25, 2012
The Cleantech Group has released an informative whitepaper covering the findings from their September invitation-only Water Innovation Summit.
October 10, 2012
Emerging from the global economic recession, investments in renewable energy technologies continued their steady rise in 2011, with total new investments in renewable power and fuels (excluding large hydropower and solar hot water) reaching $257 billion, up from $220 billion in 2010.
October 05, 2012
Based on latest quantitative and qualitative data that Kachan & Co. has access to, here is an analysis of the state of the union in the global cleantech market, and why.
July 17, 2012
Expanding Canadian pipeline capacity to allow oil exports to Asia will pour billions of dollars into government coffers, create thousands of jobs, and bring substantial benefits to First Nations and pensioners, concludes a new study from the Fraser Institute.