Best bang for our climate bucks: Looking beyond cost per tonne

By |January 4th, 2018|

Would anyone ditch all fruits and vegetables and switch to a carbs-only diet because it's the cheapest? Obviously not. Likewise, governments shouldn't solely focus on cost per tonne of emissions reduced when it comes to investing public dollars in climate action. A nuanced approach is what we need.

Shaken, not stirred – partnering on new social ventures

By |March 7th, 2012|

What happens when you mix together academia, industry and non-profits and ask them to create social ventures that help the environment? Ontario Centres of Excellence wants to find out.

Last week I attended a session in Guelph presented by the Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) […]