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Manitoba introduces legislation to create framework for underground carbon capture, storage projects

“This is an important step forward in our work to make Manitoba a leader in the low-carbon economy,” said Economic Development, Investment, Trade and Natural Resources Minister Jamie Moses.

B.C. celebrates reforestation milestone: 10 billion trees planted since 1930

B.C. is celebrating the 10-billionth tree planted since reforestation programs began in 1930, with two billion of those trees planted in the past seven years. “Throughout the province, people are seeing the impacts of climate change on our forests,” said Bruce Ralston, Minister of Forests. “To support healthy forests for people and communities, we are accelerating tree planting and building on decades of work restoring our forests that provide clean air, recreation, local jobs and so much more."

Thunder Bay chipping infected trees for biofuel to deal with 'significant' emerald ash borer infestation

The City of Thunder Bay's urban forestry department has discovered a significant emerald ash borer infestation in trees along the Woodward trail corridor, which is consistent with observations made near the rail line.

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Europe continues to lead in the global development of pellet and bioenergy sector

The Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) was invited to moderate a session at the European Pellet Conference in Wels, Austria, in March 2024. Leading international speakers presented the latest market trends, policies, technologies, and innovations, providing an important avenue for Canadian pellet producers and associations to stay on top of developments in the pellet and bioenergy world. » Read More...

Air Liquide opens two new RNG plants in the U.S.

Air Liquide has expanded its capacities in biomethane, also known as renewable natural gas (RNG) in the United States. The company has constructed two new production units — one in Center Township, Pennsylvania, and the other in Holland Township, Michigan. » Read More...

Atikamekw council of Manawan announces forestry accord with Biomasse du Lac Taureau

The Atikamekw Council of Manawan recently signed an agreement with a forestry company that will create a number of new jobs for community members and guarantee the community’s influence over forestry and mining activities going forward. » Read More...

B.C. invests more than $70 million in forest sector to create more sustainable jobs for every tree harvested

British Columbia is partnering with forestry manufacturers to build a strong forest-products sector and support jobs in the province through significant capital expansion in their operations. » Read More...

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Researcher finds new ways to convert CO2, biofuel byproducts into valuable chemicals

A University of Alberta researcher has developed better ways to convert carbon dioxide, a harmful greenhouse gas, and glycerol, a leftover of biodiesel production, into value-added materials with wide-ranging uses including liquid hydrogen storage. » Read More...


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