Saturday, December 7, 2019

Tag: sustainability

Public Feedback Sought on Sustainability Indicators for Beef Processing

The Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (CRSB) has launched a public consultation to solicit feedback on its sustainability indicators for beef processing to ensure...

Ont. Increasing Groundwater Withdrawal Fee for Water Bottlers

The Province of Ontario has announced it will be charging water bottling companies an additional $500 for groundwater withdrawals. Beginning Aug. 1, 2017, water bottlers...

Ontario Brewery Implements Closed-Loop Water System

For Earth Day on April 22nd, Ontario’s Cowbell Brewing released a description of their forthcoming closed-loop system for water usage. The system will supply fresh...

Kawartha Lakes Develops Climate Change Response Plan

Yesterday, the city of Kawartha Lakes Council formally launched the Kawartha Lakes Healthy Environment Plan. Since 2016, the City has been working with Partners for...

Coca-Cola Achieves New Heights of Water Sustainability—Water Neutrality

Water is a precious resource that we all share. Not only is it essential to the sustainability of our business, but it’s also fundamentally...

Under Western Skies on Water

Titled Water—Events, Trends, Analysis, the conference is expected to attract 600–800 attendees for notable presentations

What’s Your Risk?

Water availability is one of the most underestimated and critical issues for companies in all business sectors—and in all countries. Recognizing this, the World...

National Groundwater Report Due Next Week

On May 11, the Council of Canadian Academies will release a report entitled The Sustainable Management of Groundwater in Canada. In 2006, the Council was...

Responsible Actions: How Does Water Figure in Alberta’s Plans?

Alberta has released a long-term development plan, highlighting sustainable and responsible growth for its oil sands. The 20-year plan, titled Responsible Actions: A Plan for...

Annapolis Valley to Undergo Groundwater Survey

Farmers and other groundwater users in the Annapolis Valley are being asked to take part in a study that will help to improve water-use...

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