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Solar power lighting on road by Hatta Dam, United Arab Emirates. Image: JSPhotography2016/Wikimedia Commons
David Suzuki | The International Energy Agency says energy efficiency alone could provide more than 40 per cent of the emissions reductions needed by 2040 to meet Paris Agreement targets.
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David Suzuki | Many experts argue that energy efficiency could play a major role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, especially in industrial nations like Canada and the U.S., where we tend to waste a lot.
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Net-zero townhouses with solar panels in Alberta. Image: Roberta Franchuk, Pembina Institute
Karen Tam Wu | Letter to Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr and Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna.
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Daryn Caister | On this week's show: pathetic attempts by oil company-funded astroturf groups to garner support by trying to sell pipelines with sex.
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David Suzuki | Banks and advisers are warning clients about the dangers of fossil-fuel-related portfolios, noting climate agreements, government regulations, reduced demand and market volatility make them risky.
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Lynne Fernandez | A new Errol Black Chair paper explains how a combination of governmental policies and initiatives in Manitoba allows social enterprises to reduce carbon emissions while employing inner city workers.
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Ralph Surette | Nova Scotia's quest for energy efficiency, along with the wisdom of the Liberal government on energy matters, will be on trial before the Utilities and Review Board this coming week.
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Marc Lee | Marc Lee looks at Vancouver's Neighbourhood Energy Utility, a low-carbon district energy system that hits a sweet spot of clean energy, local control, and stable prices at competitive rates.
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Marc Lee | Big picture climate action requires that we act together to make systemic changes to reduce our emissions. Carbon pricing is part of the answer, but regulations and public investment are also needed.
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Ole Hendrickson | It's likely that oil supply will remain high and prices will remain low for the immediate future. What can we do with cheap oil? Here are five suggestions.
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Stephen Leahy | China and the U.S. are responsible for 35 per cent of global carbon emissions but could do their part to keep climate change to less than two degrees by adopting best energy efficiency standards.
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Ralph Surette | Efficiency Nova Scotia could drop some of its dubious stuff, like changing light bulbs, in exchange for filling the efficiency void, and guiding people to do it themselves.