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I present arguments in favour of the small-scale, community owned, renewable energy generation in Newfoundland and Labrador. I identify current bottlenecks in the development of the distributed energy generation in the province and list necessary conditions that have to be met in order to move forward. Most of the arguments would apply to other provinces in Canada as well. Dr. Piotr Trela, SCC- Atlantic Region; Atlantic Canada Sustainable Energy Coalition.
2010-08-06 | | Atlantic Chapter, Climate Change, Climate Summits, Atmosphere & Energy
2010-08-03 | | Atlantic Chapter, Water, Water Conservation, Health & Environment, Transition to Sustainable Economy
While the Sierra Club Canada – Atlantic Canada Chapter supports rate restructuring of water, waste water and storm utilities in the interest of improved management and sustainability, the current rate structure application does not sufficiently address questions of efficient allocation of resources, adequate revenues over time, and increased innovation and conservation.
2010-07-29 | | National, Ontario Chapter, Radioactive Waste, Nuclear-Free Canada, Atmosphere & Energy
2010-07-28 | | National, Ontario Chapter, Radioactive Waste, Nuclear-Free Canada, Atmosphere & Energy
Sierra Club Atlantic Submission to NS Law Amendments Committee on Bill 61 - Non-essential Pesticides Control Act2010-07-19 | | Atlantic Chapter, Pesticides, Health & Environment
By introducing Bill 61, the province of Nova Scotia took a proactive stance, one that ensures chemicals must be proved to be safe before that can be used in the province. This is a truly progressive step, one that will protect our health, create green jobs in organic lawncare and landscaping, and save tax dollars spent on health care. This document was submitted by Gretchen Fitzgerald, Director of Sierra Club Atlantic to the NS Law Amendments Committee.
2010-07-19 | | Alberta Tar Sands and Mackenzie River Delta, Climate Change, National, Energy Onslaught, Protecting Marine Areas from the Threat of Oil and Gas Development, Atmosphere & Energy
2010-07-19 | | Climate Change, National, Prairie Chapter, Toxic Sludge, Energy Onslaught, Protecting Marine Areas from the Threat of Oil and Gas Development, Toxics, Atmosphere & Energy, Health & Environment
2010-07-18 | | Atlantic Chapter, Climate Change, Atmosphere & Energy, Transition to Sustainable Economy
A key component of accelerating the deployment of clean renewable energy sources is a policy known as the Feed-in Tariff (FIT). Under FITs, governments set cost-based rates for various types of renewable energy to allow modest profits to all interested developers of renewable energy technologies. Generating electricity from local renewable energy sources can help decentralize electricity production while functioning as an industrial development engine to stimulate business in local economies across the region. This can help restore a sense of sustainability and self-reliance in the Atlantic Provinces.