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Canadian politics tough on green energy
Over 200 delegates have gathered this week in Ottawa, Canada's policy-central, for the 9th Annual Canadian Renewable Fuels Summit. The past year may have been rough on the sector, but overall a climate of urgency prevailed.
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Bio-Economy Network already showing cracks?
The paint was barely dry on the newly announced Bio-Economy Network (BEN) at the 9th Annual Canadian Renewable Fuels Summit when cracks started appearing in the alliance.
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Government invests in bio-composites
The federal government announced an investment for two innovative projects that will create new opportunities for Canadian flax and hemp growers and help further develop the burgeoning bio-composite industry in Manitoba.
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Poll shows Ontarians support renewable energy
A new opinion poll commissioned by Friends of the Earth Canada shows overwhelming support for green energy in Ontario, and strong opposition to the World Trade Organization (WTO)'s meddling in buy local programs that create thousands of green jobs for Ontarians.
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Strategic Alliance advances biomass initiatives Strategic alliance advances biomass initiatives
Tri-Mer Corporation and Enginuity Energy LLC have established a research agreement for extensive air emission testing on a wide range of biomass fuels.
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