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Pollution Probe, CGLR, and RBC Launch Big Data Project for Great...

Pollution Probe and the Council of the Great Lakes Region (CGLR) have partnered with the Royal Bank of Canada on a project to improve...

Report on Climate Change Impacts to Financial Risk Assessment

A new report from the UN Environment Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) working group, a collaboration among sixteen international financial institutions, proposes a methodology to...

Tenth Edition of the RBC Water Attitudes Study Reveals Impact of...

In its tenth year, the 2017 Canadian Water Attitudes Study was released by RBC today providing an in-depth examination of how Canadians think, feel,...

New Computer Technology To Bolster Lake Winnipeg Watershed Protection

Manitoba's Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister Gord Mackintosh and Lynette Gillen, regional vice-president, RBC Royal Bank, today announced $225,000 in private sector funding for...

Most Canadians Have “No Concept” of the Real Value of Water:...

While the majority of Canadians (55 per cent) continue to believe that fresh water is the country's most important natural resource and say they...

Canadian Conservation Efforts Declining: Study

Canadians' efforts to save water appear to be going down the drain despite their reported concern about its availability, according to the third annual...

Farmers Win Award for Protecting Stream

Charlie and Kim Sytsma of Eighth Line Farm are the winners of this year's Environmental Stewardship Award, sponsored by RBC Royal Bank and the...

Imagine H2O Finalists Announced

The judges for the first-ever Imagine H2O Prize have chosen ten finalists of the global competition. Created to help find sustainable solutions to global water...

New Report Helps Clean Technology Companies Compete Globally

OCETA and The Russell-Mitchell Group, in collaboration with Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) and the Ontario government, announced ...

RBC Makes Donation to LOW

Toronto, Ont.- RBC has made a donation of $200,000 to the Lake Ontario Waterkeeper (LOW) to fund its ongoing work for community-based water quality...

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