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  Change happens, with or without us. Just as social media upended communications, the transition to clean energy is rapidly undoing century-old expectations around electricity, transportation and oil — and it’s happening in market-shifting, often surprising ways. But while some Canadian companies are finding success in clean solutions, others — notably in Canada’s oil patch…

Position Location: Vancouver/Victoria Date Posted: April 11, 2018 Deadline: Open until filled SEEKING: A digital engagement specialist who follows climate and energy issues closely and wants to apply their skills and creativity to building awareness and support for clean energy solutions among a variety of target audiences and across digital channels. About This Job The…

  VANCOUVER — Change happens, with or without us. And as the transition to clean energy gains momentum, Canada needs to be deliberate about positioning itself to succeed. Clean Energy Canada’s new report, Energy, Disrupted, identifies five global trends disrupting energy as we know it—and explores whether Canada is keeping pace as markets evolve. And…

VICTORIA — Dan Woynillowicz, policy director at Clean Energy Canada, made the following statement in response to the federal government’s 2018 budget: “Today’s budget announced support for implementing key pieces of the government’s climate change and clean growth plan, including putting a price on carbon pollution and extending tax support for clean energy. “But you…

Ontario politics has been turned on its head, again. With less than four months until the general election, Ontario’s Progressive Conservative party is leaderless, and would-be-leaders have already abandoned at least some of the commitments in the party’s election campaign platform. The commitment most quickly jettisoned was the plan to replace Ontario’s cap and trade…

VICTORIA — Dan Woynillowicz, policy director at Clean Energy Canada, made the following statement in response to B.C.’s 2018 budget: “Budgets are an opportunity to put your money where your mouth is, and the B.C. government has done just that with this provincial budget. Last week’s speech from the throne aspired to get B.C. back…

VICTORIA — Dan Woynillowicz, policy director at Clean Energy Canada, made the following statement in response to the federal government’s announcement regarding electricity regulations and a just transition for workers: “The regulations announced today mark important progress in implementing the federal government’s commitment to cut carbon pollution, but equally important is recognizing that clean growth…

VICTORIA — Merran Smith, executive director at Clean Energy Canada, made the following statement in response to British Columbia’s throne speech: “If there was one line that stood out for me today, it was the one about getting B.C. back on track. It’s true: this province was once a climate leader. We introduced Canada’s first…

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