Yearly Archives: 2012

ecoENERGY for Aboriginal and Northern Communities Program – Applications now being accepted

May 3, 2012

Applications now being accepted for ecoENERGY Program Starting May 1, the … read more »

New Carbon Capture-and-Storage-System turns waste into food

April 24, 2012

Vancouver Greenhouse Pioneering Carbon-Capture-and-Storage Technology The Vancouver Sun recently profiled SunSelect … read more »

Climate Change and Severe Weather: Every region faces risks

March 29, 2012

IPCC releases new climate report, describes impacts of extreme weather. On … read more »

The Governments of BC, California, Oregon and Washington Announce Plan to Create 1 Million Green Jobs by 2020

March 19, 2012

West Coast Governments Launch Joint Effort to Create Green Jobs On … read more »

Bark Beetles and Global Warming Decimating North American Forests

February 27, 2012

Bark Beetles and Global Warming – A Negative, Positive Feedback Loop. … read more »

T’Sou-ke Food and Energy Security Projects Leading the Way

February 23, 2012

T’Sou-ke Food and Energy Security projects serve as models. Two recent … read more »

Global Warming Causing Ocean Oxygen Depletion

February 15, 2012

Ocean oxygen levels severely impacted by climate change. This article from … read more »

Coastal Yellow Cedars at Risk: Economic and Cultural Implications

February 6, 2012

Yellow Cedars at risk because of changing weather patterns – USDA. … read more »

Old Growth Trees more Susceptible to Climate Change than Previously Thought

January 30, 2012

Studies from around the world show that old growth trees and … read more »

Climate Change and Crops — the benefits of traditional varieties versus hybrids

January 24, 2012

Climate change is expected to disproportionately impact our world’s most vulnerable … read more »