Posts Categorized: Environment

ENGIE joins forces with SOLSTROEM to issue and sell verified and data-driven carbon credits

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The SOLSTROEM carbon avoidance programme, and its underlying Distributed Ledger infrastructure will be the basis for the partnership. Through an IT integration between SOLSTROEM and MySolGo, the last-mile distribution software used by ENGIE Energy Access to monitor its PAYG operations, Micro Carbon Avoidances (MCAs) will be created, which will be made available to corporate buyers… Read more »

Ontario and Quebec mayors call for greater federal leadership to protect shoreline communities along the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River

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The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative (Cities Initiative) is calling on the Government of Canada to step up its actions to address coastal erosion and flooding issues along the shores of the region’s waterways. In particular, the Cities Initiative is renewing its call for the federal government to invest at least $1 billion… Read more »

Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative receives $380,000 grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

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The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative has received a $380,000 grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation for a new program that will assist communities in developing projects and applying for funding to deal with coastal resilience challenges along their shorelines. “We are grateful for this grant, which will augment initiatives already… Read more »

Compost Crew surpasses 7,000 customers in 2021

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Compost Crew announced its results for 2021, continuing its growth trajectory.  In the most recent fiscal year, Compost Crew expanded by 50% for the second year in a row. “As Compost Crew strives to make composting more mainstream in the region, we were delighted to see a big jump in our commercial composting business,” said… Read more »