Canada

October 30, 2012

John Beck, Chairman and CEO of the Aecon, Notes that Sustainability Means Good Business in Canada

John Beck, Chairman and CEO of Aecon, Canada's largest publicly traded construction company, explains how merging sustainability with infrastructure projects and operations positively impact's the company's bottom line.

September 24, 2012

Cleantech Investor Tom Rand on Parallels of California and Canada's Clean Tech Markets & Government Initiatives

Tom Rand, Cleantech Practice, Lead Advisor at the MaRS Discovery District in Toronto, Canada, discusses how markets are beginning to reflect the realities of climate change and what parallels exist between cleantech investment in California and Canada. Rand notes that industries across all sectors, from mining to forestry to manufacture, will have to plan carefully to reduce carbon emissions as part of staying flexible with an economy responding to climate change.

July 13, 2015

Edmonton, Canada’s City Manager Prioritizes Building a City Rather Than Just Projects

Simon Farbrother enlightens TPR about the strategies guiding his city’s growth and development: creating an “innovation ecosystem,” focusing on infill development, and enhancing light-rail connectivity.

November 13, 2014

Mayor Denis Coderre of Montreal Values CityLab 2014 Dialogue

The Mayor of Montreal affirms his city’s commitment to sustainability.

February 1, 2012

VerdeXchange 2012: Scaling Up Clean Tech in California and Canada

Cecilia Estolano, Celine Bak, and Robert Hertzberg discuss the trajectories of the clean tech industry at January's VerdeXchange Conference. What can California learn from Canada? And vice versa?

September 11, 2011

VX Canada: Darryl Neate of Oxford Properties on How To Green Retrofits

Darrly Neate explores the challenges property developers face in striving for an energy efficient built environment.

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