On March 6, the National Energy Board (NEB) approved Enbridge's plan to reverse the flow and increase the capacity in its Line 9B pipeline.
Come share office space with us in our shared demonstration green building, the Centre for Sustainable Development (better known by its official name, Maison du développement durable).
Calling all members! Have you ever been to an Equiterre member meetup? That is what we call our annual general meetings (AGM). We have two – one in Montreal, one in Quebec City. They are a great way for you to learn more about all that you are accomplishing through us. I would love to see you there.
This year, our meetups will be on:
April 22 in Quebec City at Tam...
As part of its Les Ateliers de l'économie verte series, SWITCH, an alliance for a green economy in Quebec, and partners are hosting a noon-hour conference by Michel Di Capua, Head of North America Analysis for Bloomberg New Energy Finance, a global leader of information and research in clean energy and carbon markets. Armed with the latest data, Mr. Di Capua will address...
In its new sustainable mobility plan released on Tuesday, Quebec announced plans to increase public transit service by 30 per cent by 2020. TRANSIT, Alliance pour le financement des transports collectifs au Québec, a coalition of fifty some organizations, including Equiterre, applauded this effort.
TRANSIT also applauded the proposal to transfer $1 billion from the roadwork...
Last week, the Pembina Institute released a report on the climate impact of the proposed Energy East pipeline showing that this project would lead to a significant increase in Canada's greenhouse gas emissions.
According to the Pembina Institute, Energy East "could generate up to 32 million tonnes of additional greenhouse gas emissions each year – an even...
In Quebec City this weekend for Carnaval? We have a fun event to add to your itinerary, "Protégeons nos hivers", a friendly outdoor hockey game featuring performing artists, environmentalists and former NHL players united in the fight against climate change.
You probably know the facts. Climate change is already impacting winters in Quebec, making the outlook for...
According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada, severe weather in Canada in 2013 led to insurance companies paying out a whopping $3.2 billion to policyholders, making it a record-breaking year.
By comparison, for each of the four years before, natural disaster losses for the insurance industry had topped out at $1 billion.
Are you going to be in Quebec City this weekend for Carnaval? We have a fun event to add to your itinerary, the "Protégeons nos hivers" friendly outdoor hockey game featuring performing artists, environmentalists and former NHL players united in the fight against climate change.
You probably know the facts:
On Thursday, February 13 at 6:30 p.m., the Maison du développement durable is joining forces with Cataléthique to host "Travailler avec des collègues aux valeurs différentes : quelques pistes" a cocktail party and French-language conference.
For more information (in French only)