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Examples of China's commitment to combating climate change

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❝ Two years after President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping announced that their countries would work together to combat climate change, Republicans and conservatives in the U.S.

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Clean energy costs continue to fall

The Department of Energy just released Revolution Now, an annual update on its progress in accelerating clean energy. Specifically, it focuses on advances in five technologies: wind power, utility-scale solar power, distributed solar power, electric vehicles, and LEDs…

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Be In Sync With Your Expanded Self

I’ve been flowing from the morning and I have about one hour till my next schedule. So, I got a “go” on writing a blog; hence here I am! 1,020 more words


Ontario Releases Minister's Mandate Letters: Priorities for the Environment, Climate Change, Energy, and Indigenous Relations

On September 23, at the mid-point in the Ontario government’s mandate, Premier Kathleen Wynne released  her mandate letters to the new cabinet and their ministries. 345 more words


Ontario Suspends Large Renewable Energy Procurement

In a sudden reversal of its energy procurement policy, Ontario announced today that it will immediately suspend the second round of its Large Renewable Procurement (LRP II) process and the Energy-from-Waste Standard Offer Program, halting procurement of over 1,000 megawatts (MW) of solar, wind, hydroelectric, bioenergy and energy from waste projects. 395 more words


Millennial’s May Have to Delay Buying First Home

It’s always been difficult for young families to buy their first home. I was 28 before I could afford mine.

Millennials, for example, are beginning to buy their first home. 1,017 more words


Podcast: LGC Capital CEO David Lenigas on the rise of Cuba

LGC Capital Ltd. (CVE:QBA) CEO David Lenigas thinks Cuba is on the cusp of a transformation in terms of foreign investment. His company is gathering up interests in energy, tourism, sports, and agriculture, and he explains why the potential for global marketing of Cuban sport broadcast and advertising rights could be a massive opportunity. 2,065 more words