For many activists, Mark Lynas is nothing short of an apostate. The British author, journalist and environmental activist has transformed over the past decade from
A report from Citigroup is yet another dose of bad medicine for the fossil fuel industry, which is simultaneously facing divestment campaigns, shareholder challenges, cost increases and roadblocks to infrastructure development.
Green bonds. Usage-based car insurance. Utility-scale energy storage. Ontario has made some significant progress over the past few months on a number of sustainability fronts. Its latest step forward?
David Labistour, the chief executive officer of Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC), doesn’t believe that consumers truly vote with their wallets when it comes to sustainability
Last April, Corporate Knights ran a story about the three leading potash producers in North America signing a $97.5 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit.
The Canadian Coalition for Good Governance represents Canadian investors managing $2 trillion in assets. The United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment represents global investors managing
Alberta’s petroleum riches are world-renowned. Its hydroelectricity potential, though, is a story that still surprises even the most seasoned energy observers. Canada is the world’s