Carbon49 – Sustainability for Canadian businesses: How A Liberal Minority Government Might Impact Corporate Environmental Outlook

The 2019 Canadian election resulted in a Liberal minority government led by Justin Trudeau. How might it impact your corporate environmental policy? To help guide your outlook we highlight notable analyses and predictions from CNN, Globe and Mail, CBC, Financial Post, Calgary Herald, Toronto Sun, Climate Home News, EnergyNow, and The Narwhal. On overall Canadian sentiments,

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Carbon49 – Sustainability for Canadian businesses: Canada Election: Environmental Platforms and Impact On Business

For the first time in a Canadian federal election, the environment is a leading campaign issue. We highlight each of the five major parties’ green platform as related to business. We then survey some notable analyses from Clean Energy Canada, EnviroEconomics, Clean Prosperity, Maclean’s, Chatelaine, and Policy Options. Pledge to

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Carbon49 – Sustainability for Canadian businesses: Catherine McKenna on Carbon Tax, Green Investments, Election

At the 2019 Collision Conference Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna shared a panel discussion with Jonathan Baillie, Executive Vice President and Chief Scientist of the National Geographic Society. They discussed Canada’s commitment to fighting climate change. At the press conference that followed, I talked to the Minister about the

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Carbon49 - Sustainability for Canadian businesses: Green Energy Pioneer Bullfrog Power Talks Energy Landscape

Bullfrog Power is an inspiring Canadian green energy success story. Since 2005 Bullfrog pioneers in providing easy solutions for large businesses like Walmart, Unilever, and RBC as well as individuals to power their homes and offices with 100% renewable energy. At their tenth anniversary I talk to CEO Ron Seftel on how the green energy landscape has evolved and how businesses may position themselves for the anticipated changes from our new climate-friendly federal and provincial governments.

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