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Carbon Management Canada is proud to announce its first research institute – the Containment and Monitoring Institute (CaMI). “We are really excited about this new institute,” says Richard Adamson, CMC Managing Director. “It’s unlike any other in the world and its arrival is attracting the attention of experts from around the world.” Assuranc
What: 2014 Annual Scientific Conference Where: Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta When: Tuesday May 27 to Thursday, May 29, 2014 Time: 2 p.m. May 27 to 1:30 p.m. May 29, 2014 It’s time to start thinking about posters and presentations. Planning for the 2014 annual conference is underway and a busy agenda as been set. On the agenda again this year are CMC
Ian Gates has received the University of Calgary's Killam Research and Teaching Award.
A series of videos about Canadian energy has been released by the Rational Middle Media group. The videos, which can be found online at http://rationalmiddle.com/movies/, draw on interviews by a number of Calgary energy experts including Richard Adamson, CMC Managing Director, Kali Tailor, founder and Executive Director of Student Energy, Don Whart
CMC is excited to announce that three new members with expertise in energy R&D and management accounting have been appointed to its board. Victor Der, General Manager for North America operations at the Global CCS Institute, Hassan Hamza, Director General at Natural Resources Canada’s CanmetENERGY-Devon, and Sterling Eddy, who has significant e
Toronto, ON—October 15, 2013— We are pleased to announce Gord Lambert, Executive Advisor Sustainability and Innovation, Suncor, as the recipient of Outstanding Achievement at the third annual Excellence in Corporate Responsibility (ECR) Awards. The ECR Awards, created to honour and celebrate corporate Canadians for outstanding work and dedication t
Many more trained experts will be required to help Canada meet its GHG emission reduction targets says a report recently released by CMC.
CMC is seeking applications from HQP interested in attending the World Petroleum Youth Forum in Calgary, Alberta
Carbon dioxide removal (CDR), or ‘negative carbon dioxide emissions’, has been presented as a prospective avenue for ‘geoengineering’ – the deliberate attempt to modify the global environment, in this case to counteract harm associated with human induced climate change (Royal Society 2009). This article by Dr. James Meadowcroft engages with these i
Two PhD students write about their experience at the UK Energy Research Centre's summer school.
CMC's 2014 conference will be held at the Banff Centre's exceptional facilities
Doug Stephan has just been awarded the Henry Marshall Tory Medal by the Royal Society of Canada.
Ottawa, Ontario, August 28, 2013 – Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) is looking for the next wave of innovative cleantech entrepreneurs. Its SD Tech Fund™ is open for applications from August 28th to October 16th, 2013. “Cleantech is the key to bringing together economic prosperity and environmental responsibility, and is a cornerst
In a brief by Navius Research, Noel Melton and Jotham Peters quantify the costs and benefits of the carbon tax on households, and find that the average household is better off with the carbon tax than without. A key reason is the government’s use of the carbon tax revenue to reduce personal and corporate income taxes, which also makes the pro
Applications accepted for 2013 Canada-UK Collaboration Development Award Program.