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AOMS Technologies Announces Deployment of Patented Fiber Optic Sensing Technology in Environmental Projects in Europe

AOMS Technologies Inc. (www.aoms-tech.com) is pleased to announce the deployment of its patented Fiber Optic Sensing technology (AOMS-FOS) for monitoring of soil and groundwater during In-Situ Thermal Remediation (ISTR) projects in Europe.


Mayors, Businesses and NGOs in Ottawa to call for increased investment to protect the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence

Today, mayors, businesses and NGOs gathered in Ottawa to call for a collaborative process to amplify and accelerate Great Lakes and St. Lawrence protection and restoration, at their second annual Parliament Hill Days.


Keystone XL pipeline authorization a major setback in carbon reduction efforts

The Green Party of Canada is disappointed by Nebraska’s authorization of the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline, which will bring huge quantities of Alberta bitumen to the US.


Green Party leaders celebrate Montreal Protocol on 30th anniversary

Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada (MP, Saanich-Gulf Islands) and Daniel Green, Deputy Leader of the Green Party of Canada, will be speaking to the press about the Montreal Protocol, signed 30 years ago to protect the ozone layer from ongoing depletion.


Government takes important step in protecting Canada’s Oceans and Seamounts

The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) today recognized the significant work on ocean conservation by the Government of Canada and welcomed the announcement of a new fishing closure as the critical first step to protect a large area of seamounts off the west coast of Vancouver Island.


High school innovators fight climate change, lower bills, with colour changing shingles

For the first time in the history of SHAD, the Waterloo, Ontario based enrichment and entrepreneurship program for youth, an 11-person student team among a cohort of 800 students has dominated the organization’s SHAD - John Dobson Entrepreneurship Cup. The awards event is held every October to celebrate the best innovations developed by some of Canada’s highest-potential high school students.

SHAD - John Dobson Entrepreneurship Cup

Collaborative moves into phase two of phosphorus reduction project

The Thames River Phosphorus Reduction Collaborative (PRC) has wrapped up its initial round of research and is about to begin on-the-ground demonstration projects, pending funding approval.


Niagara Farm Project’s Market Fair Boasts Huge Collaboration

Some of the key players in the Niagara Region are sharing what they do, in hopes of teaching, motivating, inspiring, and in turn, improving the region of Niagara. Together they will host Niagara Farm Project's Let's Learn Together Market Fair on October 28, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Brock University's Pond Inlet.


Zebra chip pathogen found in Western Canada for the first time

For the first time, evidence of the zebra chip pathogen has been found in potato fields in southern Alberta, but the University of Lethbridge’s Dr. Dan Johnson cautions against panic.


Province Releases Expert Legal Opinion on Carbon Pricing

Justice Minister Heather Stefanson today released a 64-page independent expert legal opinion by Dr. Bryan Schwartz of the University of Manitoba on the constitutionality of the federal government’s carbon pricing benchmark and backstop proposals.


Cinq ans à se positionner sur la protection du caribou forestier ! Plus que jamais, le temps est venu de passer en mode solution

La Société pour la nature et les parcs du Canada (SNAP) exhorte les gouvernements à l'échelle du pays à agir sans tarder pour protéger l'habitat du caribou forestier de manière à enrayer le déclin continu de cette espèce emblématique.


Conservationists call on Canadian governments to act now to protect caribou habitat, before it’s too late

The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) is calling on Canada's governments to act now to protect boreal caribou habitat across the nation to curb the continued decline of this iconic Canadian species.


CPAWS applauds government commitment to establishing minimum standards for Canadian marine protected areas (MPAs)

The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) applauds the government for recognizing the need for minimum protection standards for Canada's marine protected areas (MPAs) and for announcing the establishment of a new advisory panel to the Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard on the development of these standards.


98 scientists launch a 2,000-year global temperature database

A team of 98 scientists from 22 countries has compiled the most comprehensive database of past global temperature records to date, spanning 1 CE to the present.


Restore funding to Canada’s high Arctic research station, The Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL)

The Green Party of Canada (GPC) released the following statement regarding the planned closure to Canada’s high Arctic research station, The Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL):

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