Our Climate and Energy Solutions team speaks to reporters about the LNG and shale gas issue in New Brunswick.
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Our resident climate change expert, Dr. Louise Comeau, recently weighed in on the federal government’s white paper laying out options for reducing carbon emissions from the oil and gas sector; meanwhile, her latest research looking at what it takes to get renewable energy projects off the ground was featured in the National Observer.
The Conservation Council’s latest research project, looking at what it takes for communities to embrace renewable energy projects in their neighbourhood, has piqued the interest of environmentalists and developers across the country; and, Dr. Louise Comeau was called upon to weigh in on the federal government’s new carbon offset system.
It’s been a whirlwind of a month for climate news: another bleak report from the IPCC; a federal budget that doesn’t quite rise to the challenge; and the heartbreaking approval of a massive Newfoundland and Labrador offshore oil project, among others. If you’re looking to catch up on recent headlines this long weekend, we’ve got you covered.
Following the announcement of the new EV rebate on July 8, Dr. Louise Comeau, our Director of Climate and Energy Solutions, spoke with reporters about the sheer size of an impact shifting the province away from traditional gas-powered vehicles toward electric vehicles and hybrids will have on our overall emission levels.