What Does Ontario Need To Do To Be Carbon Net Neutral by 2040?

Ontario has been mandated to go Carbon Neutral based on 1990 levels by 2040. The primary sources of emissions are homes and buildings (57%) mainly from heating and water by natural gas, transportation (36%), and waste (7%) landfills. We welcomed James Sbrolla, Startup Advisor, President & CEO of Cleantech Capital, and Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Altitude Accelerator to discuss… Continue reading What Does Ontario Need To Do To Be Carbon Net Neutral by 2040?

Why water monitoring should be part of your home safety system

How often do you change your water filter? For most people, it’s guesswork. Some change it when the water starts to look or taste different and others change it based on what the manufacturer says is the ideal lifecycle for their product. Filters trap contaminants, giving you clean water to drink. But did you know… Continue reading Why water monitoring should be part of your home safety system

How we recover resources can tell us how we can save our planet

In the coming years, there will be tens of millions of electric cars on the road worldwide. It’s a boon for the environment. Lower greenhouse gas emissions will help ease the growing climate issues we’re seeing today. In Ontario, incentives of up to $14,000 have helped the province double electric vehicle sales since 2016. Quebec… Continue reading How we recover resources can tell us how we can save our planet

Sustainability Duke Out: Late Night Show Edition

Partners in Project Green along with Ontario BMW i Retailers invite you to join them for their annual “Sustainability Duke Out: Late Night Show Edition” – giving hardworking sustainability professionals a space to enjoy good food, great company and lots of laughs. Comedian James Cunningham is back to host this late-night show themed evening that… Continue reading Sustainability Duke Out: Late Night Show Edition

Sustaining the Future Through Green Technology

By: Areej Shah Is driving a car becoming cost-prohibitive in Ontario? The Western GTA Summit Committee found that the “average transportation costs for GTA families soar to $10,000 per year.” As gas prices continue to rise, car owners are feeling the pressure to use alternative means of transportation. Many people walk to nearby places, use public transportation… Continue reading Sustaining the Future Through Green Technology

Sustainability Skills Lab: Waste Management

Wednesday, 29 May 2013, 08:00 – 13:00 Join Partners in Project Green to learn about: WASTE MANAGEMENT TOOLS AND SOLUTIONS Reducing waste is one of the fastest ways to improve your environmental performance, but there are challenges to overcome when implementing a successful waste management plan within your organization. Come to this session with your waste obstacle and… Continue reading Sustainability Skills Lab: Waste Management

Eco-business Breakfast: Best Practices Across The Sectors

Join Partners in Project Green to learn about:ACHIEVING ACCELERATED SUSTAINABILITY RESULTS THROUGH COLLABORATION Building on the power of working together, Partners in Project Green hosts a number of sustainability consortiums – teams committed to attaining world class environmental sustainability through people and process improvements. The focus is to leverage each other’s strengths through sharing, learning… Continue reading Eco-business Breakfast: Best Practices Across The Sectors

Sustainability Skills Lab: Driving Energy Performance – Manufacturing

  Join Partners in Project Green and Natural Resources Canada to learn about:ENERGY MONITORING TO SUPPORT OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTYou can’t manage what you don’t measure. Learn how to save valuable energy and dollars by following simple steps to track your performance and achieve results. By the end of the two part workshop, you will: UNDERSTAND… Continue reading Sustainability Skills Lab: Driving Energy Performance – Manufacturing

Jodi Glover, Real Tech Inc.’s CEO Wins 2012 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Award

WHITBY, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – Nov. 29, 2012) – Jodi Glover, CEO and Co-Founder of Real Tech Inc. is named the 2012 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur of the year for the TPH Sustainability Award. The 2012 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards (CEWA) is presented by Women of Influence Inc. Jodi’s award was presented last night during the… Continue reading Jodi Glover, Real Tech Inc.’s CEO Wins 2012 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Award

Recycling Idol promotes ‘Green’ tech

By: Matthew Kert The Altitude Accelerator is proud to host the first Recycling Idol on December 6th. A spinoff of the popular Innovator Idol that is held every year, this event is all about clean technology and sustainability. The event is a combination of Dragon’s Den and American Idol, having companies present their technologies, with… Continue reading Recycling Idol promotes ‘Green’ tech