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    Students at Miles Macdonell Collegiate build paradise by tearing up the parking lot

    Students are tearing up the parking lot at Miles Macdonald Collegiate and transforming a 62m2 section into greenspace, part of a national initiative called, Depave Paradise.

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    Doctors’ group calls for ban on fossil fuel ads in open letter

    June 8 – Globe and Mail – The federal government should ban the advertising of fossil fuels, including gasoline-powered vehicles and household natural gas, because of their detrimental effects on health and the environment, a coalition of Canadian physicians and related organizations says.

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    How to Push Wall Street to Ditch Fossil Fuels for Clean Energy

    Jun 2, 2022 – BNN Bloomberg — The invasion of Ukraine has put the US and Europe on a wartime mission to abandon Russian fossil fuels. This series looks at speeding up zero-carbon alternatives by lowering political and financial barriers.

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    Climate agreement between Canada, India discusses renewable energy but omits coal

    June 2 – Winnipeg Free Press
    OTTAWA – Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault says a new agreement signed Thursday to co-operate with India on climate action is an opportunity for Canada to export its renewable energy technology, particularly related to making renewable energy a reliable source of electricity.

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    Provinces Show Mixed Results in Shift to Net-Zero

    May 31, 2022 – The Energy Mix

    While British Columbia, Ontario, Alberta, and Quebec all have clear momentum in their preparations for the global transition off carbon, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, and especially Saskatchewan, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland & Labrador need to put pedal to the metal, says a new report from the Canadian Climate Institute (CCI).

     

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