The Future of Our Planet campaign seeks to educate the Canadian general public on the greatest environmental challenges in our world today while highlighting Canadian leadership in developing innovative solutions to these global issues.
As we prepare for a post-COVID-19 future, we know that more action is needed to ensure a safe, equitable, and sustainable future for Canadians.
Mediaplanet recently connected with Canada’s Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, The Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau for her thoughts on the future of sustainable agriculture in Canada.
With a notable commitment to sustainability and a series of innovative collaborations, TD is at the forefront of addressing climate change.
Tetra Pak is on a company-wide mission to create cartons that are more environmentally-sound than ever.
Canada’s transportation fuels sector believes that it can be a key contributor to a low-carbon economy. Bob Larocque, President and CEO of the Canadian Fuels Association (CFA),discusses CFA’s recently-released roadmap to the future, Driving to 2050.
While it is often overlooked as a sector in the traditional sense, energy efficiency presents promising opportunities for well-paid, fulfilling careers and a role in addressing the climate crisis.
A coalition of governments, communities, and non-profits is pushing for greater protection of near-urban nature in the Greater Golden Horseshoe area.
Many investors dream of making a real difference with their money and now they can with Viridis Terra’s TreesOfLives® fund.
Sustainably-managed forests are critical to our collective future. The forest sector is a key partner in the fight against climate change. Forests — particularly when they’re managed sustainably — sequester carbon, and products sourced from these forests can store carbon for decades.
For years, Alberta’s oil sands have been a major driver of the Canadian economy. But with the collapse in global crude oil demand as a result of the pandemic, key players in the region are looking for new opportunities for Alberta’s traditional resources.
Geothermal energy is the whole package. It’s clean, it’s reliable, and it’s there whenever you need it. But it has never been portable or scalable. Until now.
The Canadian Institute of Forestry is the national voice of forest practitioners, with an interdisciplinary membership across Canada working to ensure that our forests are vibrant, healthy, and sustainable.
Climate change and resource misuse are arguably the largest collective challenges we all face; solutions will need to be aggressive, thoughtful, and scalable in order to make a truly significant impact.
Mediaplanet recently spoke with Candice Batista, an award-winning Environmental Journalist, the Editor in Chief for The Eco Hub, and one of Canada’s leading eco advocates for her thoughts on mindful living.
Fuelled first by climate science and growing public concern, the global race to net-zero is now accelerating, sped along by the scale of economic opportunity and business risk.
Our forests are the ultimate climate warriors: they remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and lock up carbon in their wood, releasing oxygen in the process. Did you know that 50% of wood is made of carbon? Planting more trees is a great nature-based solution to climate change; however, so is sustainable forest management!
Mediaplanet recently caught up with sustainability entrepreneur and founder of The Zero Waste Collective, Tara McKenna for her insights on low-waste living and her own personal journey.
There are some big challenges that stand between us and the kind of world we want to build 30 years from now, but few are bigger than the mindset we seem to have in Canada about energy and climate change. To reach a better environmental future for everyone, we need to start thinking about energy and climate change, as one and not as solitudes.
Dr. Josipa Petrunic is CEO of The Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium, the non-profit responsible for the development and commercialization of low-carbon transit technologies.