Everything from sewage to cigarette butts can be used for paving – so why isn’t Canada revved about greener roads?
New IEA report calls for end of all fossil fuel production, a come-to-Jesus moment for Canada’s oil and gas industry. Canada needs to get budgeting.
In an urban landscape punctuated by glass condos and gleaming offices, the four city-owned parcels that have bobbed to the surface of Toronto’s anxious conversation
When Toronto council recently upgraded its climate change plan, one of its 2050 goals was cutting emissions by 40% for every building. With more modern
Architects and contractors working in the far north, where the building season is short and the risk of water damage to building materials is high,
After years of inaction on climate change, the decade ahead has become the bracket in which humanity gets one last opportunity to at least contain
Given that Swedish eco-activist Greta Thunberg has shone a harsh light on air travel, there’s a certain cosmic elegance in the City of Edmonton’s ambitious
Last year, the City of Vancouver updated its green buildings regulations to require that all re-zoning applications meet either net zero or low-emissions standards, considered
Beyond the tight-knit world of Calgary’s oil patch executives and a redoubt of Ottawa-based conservative activists, few Canadians had heard of the “Modern Miracle Network”
When visitors enter the new Schulich School of Business building at York University in Toronto, many immediately pick up on two features that are often
It’s a fact of high-rise life that’s become all too familiar to legions of urban condo dwellers: many apartment buildings leak like sieves, with heating
In the expanding world of energy-efficient commercial buildings, designer projects with LEED certification and cutting-edge architecture tend to win the awards and garner public attention.
In the nerdy world of smart thermometers, every self-respecting tech geek knows precisely how easy it is to undermine the intelligence wired into these devices:
In the mid-2000s, with gravel quarry operators moving aggressively to carve huge aggregate mines out of southern Ontario’s limestone moraines, folk singer Sarah Harmer recorded