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Canada could become a purveyor of horse buggies and whips in the 21st century, warns Jules Kortenhorst.

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Meet Mike Lee, the UberX Tesla-driver of Toronto.

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From mining e-waste to recycling shipping pallets, Celestica seeks a competitive edge with focus on resource productivity.
What that means for urban sustainability
It’s time to come up with a new metaphor for how both human induced climate change and cold winters can sensibly co-exist.
Meet Mike Lee, the UberX Tesla-driver of Toronto.
How do you know that your donation to a water charity has made a lasting difference?
Utility companies are in a unique position to help move electric vehicles beyond a niche market.

CK Weekly Roundup

Can shared equity make home ownership safe for Millennials?

Book Review

They're not against eating meat, but the authors of the new book Cowed argue there are sound reasons for eating less beef.
Nairobi-based M-KOPA is using mobile micro-payment technologies to bring safe, affordable light to dark African villages.
CoClear helps companies reduce emissions more affordably than traditional approaches.
Biotech firm Biogen takes top spot for overall global environmental performance.
Tim Hortons is the top-ranked company on the 2015 Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada.
A cultural icon, Tim Hortons has steadily improved its sustainability performance over the past five years. Will it stick?
The results for the 2015 Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada ranking.