Climate Smart Story: Nature’s Path Climate Smart certified since 2014, Nature’s Path Foods Inc. has reduced their GHG emissions by 917 tonnes (4%) while cutting annual costs by $344,000. The company has rolled out several initiatives including: 1) efficient use Read more
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Congratulations to our partners at YVR! On November 14, 2017, YVR received the Airports Going Green Award, presented by the Chicago Department of Aviation. This prestigious award recognizes YVR for the contributions of their Project Green YVR initiative — including Read more
We are proud to share that our very own, Elizabeth Sheehan, has been named a 2018 Canada’s #Clean50 Award Honouree, in the Educators and Thought Leaders category.
An update from The Low Carbon Partnership It’s been a busy six months for The Low Carbon Partnership, and we wanted to update you on our progress. As you may recall, we came together last spring to help Canadian businesses Read more
Have you ever sat in an audience of 400 or so people, politely listening to a man at a podium announce the winner of a Very Prestigious Grand Prize, expecting him to read out someone else’s name… but then he Read more
Internationally Renowned Institute Recognizes Climate Smart’s Carbon Mapping Tool MEDIA STATEMENT Wednesday September 28, 2016 — The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Climate CoLab today awarded Vancouver, B.C. company Climate Smart the Grand Prize in a global competition for climate Read more
Global Technology Leader Recognizes Climate Smart’s Carbon Mapping Software
Climate Smart has been selected as one of the top two finalists in the MIT @ClimateCoLab contest in the ‘Smart Zero Carbon Cities Challenge’ category! Please register/login and vote for Climate Smart’s proposal here! http://bit.ly/BEEPvote
Climate Smart, Sustainability CoLab, The Natural Step and QUEST are the four groups that make up The Low Carbon Partnership. Read more
It won’t exactly be a sleepy summer for many of Canada’s bureaucrats and policy makers, as federal and provincial officials roll up their sleeves to hammer out the nation’s first national climate change strategy.