Monthly Archives: February 2014

Sink or Swim – lessons from the front lines of climate change

Last week I attended the annual Sustainable Communities Conference hosted by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. This year’s conference, attended by mayors, councillors and city staff from across Canada, was titled Sink or Swim – new approaches to adaptation and resilience. … Continue reading

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Innovative financing to tame the energy monster

We’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again: One of the biggest sources of urban greenhouse gas emissions is the energy used in big buildings. That’s why TAF has dedicated so much time and money to coming up with … Continue reading

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