A report identifying key opportunities and challenges in offshore carbon capture and storage.
A guide to using existing policy foundations as a gateway to reducing embodied carbon in the built environment.
Mobile Thermal Energy Storage (M-TES) could potentially meet the low-carbon heating and cooling needs district energy networks using tanker trucks to collect and deliver waste energy.
This Sabin Center white paper examines the legal issues associated with deploying the Solid Carbon system in the Canadian portion of the Cascadia Basin. Read the blog too!
The real picture, as shown by data, reinforces the need to closely study Canada's melting glaciers for streamflow projections.
Fuel-switching and building retrofits are potent tools for reducing GHGs in temperate climate cities.
City of Victoria case study showing the most impactful actions for decarbonizing the built environment, potentially applicable for other Canadian cities.
Whitney, Charlotte K. and Edgar, Frid B. and Walkus, J. and Siwallace, P. and Siwallace, I. and Ban, N.C. (2020). “"Like the plains people losing the buffalo": Perceptions of climate change impacts, fisheries management, and adaptation actions by Indigenous peoples in coastal British Columbia, Canada”. Ecology and Society, In Press,
Whitman, Ellen and Parisien, Marc-André and Holsinger, Lisa M. and Park, Jane and Parks, Sean A. (2020). “A method for creating a burn severity atlas: an example from Alberta, Canada”. International Journal of Wildland Firedoi.org/10.1071/wf19177
Smyth, Carolyn E. and Xu, Zhen and Lemprière, Tony C. and Kurz, Werner A. (2020). “Climate change mitigation in British Columbia's forest sector: GHG reductions, costs, and environmental impacts”. Carbon Balance and Management, 15(21), 22.