Everything You Wanted to Know about Residential Heat Pumps

What is a heat pump and how can it make your home more comfortable and energy efficient?


To learn all about how this new technology helps to heat and cool your home, view this excellent webinar Residential Heat Pumps 101, hosted by the City of Toronto's Environment and Energy Division on February 28th, 2020


Slides are also available in a pdf format ...

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Climate Action Network Canada reacts to the Teck decision

Courtesy of Climate Action Network Canada, below is their statement regarding Teck's decision to withdraw Teck's application for Frontier mine:


https://climateactionnetwork.ca/2020/02/24/climate-action-network-canada-reacts-to-tecks-decision/


Unceded Algonquin Anishinaabe Territories [OTTAWA], 24 February 2020:

Teck Resources’ decision to...

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Report on Roadmap to Environmental Action event of Nov. 13, 2019

On a cold, snowy Wednesday evening, 132 chairs fill Swansea Town Hall. Five banners hang on the wall (from left to right):

     1. Preserving Nature

     2. Food & Agriculture

     3. Consumption & Waste

     4. Transportation

     5. Buildings

These are the sign-up sheets the PHP4 Climate Action Steering Committee prepared. As people trickle in, they walk up to the sheets and check mark those issues most important to them. On each seat lays...

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Gift-giving, Black Friday, and the Climate Emergency

Given the climate emergency, consider donating to organizations that are doing the necessary work required at this time. CAN-Rac, Climate Action Network Canada, is dedicated to doing all they can to bring together over 100 member groups in Canada on climate issues. They fund research, do surveys, collaborate with member groups, develop webinars and conferences for ongoing education, send representatives to the COPs each year, keep us all informed...

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Green 13 signs on to Joint Mandate Letter to PM Trudeau after 2019 election

 


As a member of Climate Action Network Canada we are counting on the Government of Canada, under the eadership of PM Trudeau, to act immediately on five key priorities:

1. Listen to scientists. Set science-backed climate targets and limit warming to 1.5°C.

2. Create mechanisms to keep government accountable and on track to meet our climate

commitments.

3. Ensure a just transition for workers by collaborating with communities.  4. Redirect investment away...

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