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Ontario Architects? Perspectives On Sustainability
The transition to a carbon free energy system requires a transformation of the way that energy is employed across all sectors. The building sector in Ontario accounts for approximately 20% of total emissions. Architects ...
Climate Change Policy in Canada and Germany: A Comparative Analysis
Climate change is an important issue. This paper will look at the climate change policy of Canada and Germany. In particular borrowing from Hessing et al.'s analysis of resource and environment policy by way of looking at ...
The Postal Industry: Forging a Pathway in Green Logistics
This paper explores the extent to which the logistics sector contributes to global greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption and the barriers to greening operations within this industry. Four case studies examined ...
Community Energy Financing. Assessing Challenges and Opportunities in Ontario.
A well-established financing regime is critical to the development and growth of Ontario?s community energy sector. While a number of crucial policy initiatives have been undertaken at both the federal and provincial levels ...
The Intersection of the Environment and Niche Technology: A Cross-Jurisdictional Analysis of the Integration of Energy Storage Technologies in North America
The purpose of this paper is to identify regulatory and market barriers to energy storage as a model for the adoption of future sustainable energy technologies in Ontario. This paper examines current barriers and makes ...