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Infiltrating Paradigms: Examining Current Stormwater Management Practices within the Township of Keswick and Barriers to Implementing Innovative Water Management Strategies
The increasing demand for drinking water, due to a growing population, is in competition with agriculture, industry, and economic uses. Changes in freshwater can be seen in the dropping water levels of the Great Lakes ...
Closing The Planning Gap: Towards 100% Renewable Energy Communities
As municipalities in Canada seek out ways in which to address the issues related to climate change, urbanization, and increase in population, energy is an ever-increasing concern. It's connection to land use, urban forms ...
Canadian Media Portrayal of Climate Change: An Investigation of Major Canadian Newspaper Outlets' Coverage of Federal Climate Change Action
This paper examines how four major Canadian newspaper outlets reported on climate change decisions by the federal government from 2007-2014. The paper analyzes 86 articles using criteria related to slant: language, tone ...
Blades Of Fury: A Look At Wind Energy Resistance In Ontario
Anthropogenic activities are causing unequivocal and persistent climatic alterations. Wind energy and other alternative energy forms can minimize harmful emissions and provide sustainable solutions to climate change. Despite ...
Promoting Renewable Energy Development and Deployment through International Cooperation: Canada's Role in the 21st Century
The development and deployment of renewable energy technologies is increasingly recognized as a necessary action to tackle climate change, advance energy security, and to achieve a transition towards a low-carbon, sustainable ...