Export Development Canada juggles the need to confront Canada’s shrinking profile in global markets and make the most of the country’s abundant energy resources, while also setting social and environment priorities to address climate change.
Topic: Climate Change
Researchers have generally looked on land for places to store carbon to mitigate climate climate change. A team led by the University of Victoria is now looking around Canada’s extensive coastline for undersea sites that might do an even better job.
Canadians support the environmentally positive potential of the country’s mining sector. According to the Mining Association of Canada, governments need to catch up with this public sentiment.
Energy transition does not mean abandoning Canada’s essential oil and gas resources. But it must mean eliminating the greenhouse gas emissions they produce.
Innovative conservation policy calls for much more than just keeping real estate away from developers, as Ottawa’s Enhanced Nature Legacy program illustrates.
Fertilizer looks like an easy target for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Reducing fertilizer use without hurting farmers or our food supply — not so easy.
The 2021 Census of Agriculture revealed major changes in the structure of Canada’s agricultural sector, reflecting fundamental shifts that are expected to continue.
“Ultra-deep” geothermal could supply all of Canada with clean electricity and heat hundreds of times over, but proponents see governments and the private sector ignoring this energy source.
Pathways Alliance, a group of six Alberta oil sands producers, is making progress on a $12-billion carbon capture and storage project but is seeking more government funding.
The latest federal budget puts Canada’s arctic research station on a solid footing for the next few years, as a number of major initiatives are being prepared.