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Unleashing SME Potential: Announcing a groundbreaking project to tackle climate change

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Climate Smart with the Government of Canada’s Low Carbon Economy Fund, is thrilled to announce a groundbreaking portfolio of projects to unleash the latent potential of SMEs to accelerate Canada’s transition to a low carbon future. Four businesses, from the west to the east coast, will profitably transform their operations and drastically slash their emissions and energy use.
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Turning data into opportunity: The New Brunswick Business Energy and Emissions Profile

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Climate Smart is pleased to announce its second provincial Business Energy and Emissions Profile (BEEP), for New Brunswick. Providing the first-ever insight into emissions from small and medium-sized enterprises in the province, this analysis not only highlights the main sectors, activities and regions in New Brunswick which are sources of SME emissions but also points the way for SMEs to profitably achieve reductions. 

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New Federal Government Funding for GHG Reduction Projects

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As part of the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change, the Climate Action Incentive Fund (CAIF) is a new Environment and Climate Change Canada program, delivering up to $218M in its first year (2019-2020), funded from the proceeds of the federal carbon pollution pricing system. Programming would be available in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, and New Brunswick, where provinces have not committed to their own carbon pollution pricing systems

Government of Canada, Climate Action Incentive Fund website

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    As a small business with limited time, having the Climate Smart system at our fingertips makes it much easier to integrate our [sustainability] efforts into our day-to-day business. Shelley Penner Director of Practice
    Penner & Associates
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    Calculating our carbon footprint forced us to look at ways of streamlining our operation and to monitor what effect these changes will have on our bottom line in the future. Sandra Oldfield Head of Operations, Winemaker
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    City of Vancouver