Monthly Archives: May 2011

Thinking – and talking – green (or should that be Verde?)

You know cleantech is hitting the big time in Canada when a conference on the scale and sophistication of the upcoming VerdeXchange gathering comes to town (June 5-6 in Toronto). The organizers of this cutting edge conference are pulling no … Continue reading

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TAF’s investment close-up

I may not have conventional movie star good lucks, but I’m getting my share of screen time here at TAF.  Recently, I had a chance to take part in a “Meet the Investors” video series produced by our colleagues at … Continue reading

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Hot tip: Carbon disclosure a good way to boost returns

There is no shortage of stock picking strategies out there:  From complicated computer algorithms to the weather in Florida, folks will use just about anything to try to increase their odds of success in the stock market.  But an interesting … Continue reading

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Green vehicles can be great vehicles

I have been working on TAF’s FleetWise program for the past four years and it’s been remarkable to see the development of not only new technologies but new alliances and collaborations to help fleets save money and reduce emissions. From … Continue reading

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Celebrating 20 Years of Climate Action

Had to get a bigger room, again, for TAF’s 20th anniversary celebration ( Over 460 people registered representing the incredible cross-section of colleagues and partners we’ve worked with over the last two decades from the public, private and non-profit sectors. … Continue reading

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