The program supports clean technology projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve the industry’s competitiveness.
Organization: Emissions Reduction Alberta
Canada needs supportive government strategies and policies to maintain its global leadership in “carbontech” innovation: international conference
Dalhousie University‘s School of Information Management (SIM) is offering a new title to prospective library studies grad students: Master of Information. The renaming of the Master of Library and Information Studies program reflects changes in the library profession as digital information has become pervasive. The revised program will support more career options related to digital transformation, data…
Alberta’s United Conservative Party government says innovation is still a priority—it just won’t be funded through a provincial carbon tax.
Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance, after driving improved environmental performance in the industry, expands its innovation opportunities to global collaboration.
Canadian oil and gas companies are ramping up investment in artificial intelligence and related digital technologies.
Emissions Reduction Alberta invests $100 million in 16 new clean tech projects in the areas of sustainable transportation, electricity and biotechnology.
The funding from the province’s Climate Leadership Plan is being provided through Emissions Reduction Alberta’s Industrial Efficiency Challenge.
Twenty-nine Alberta cleantech projects will share more than $20.5 million from the province’s Climate Change Innovation Technology Framework program.
A new multi-stakeholder innovation network aims to dramatically reduce the oil and gas industry’s methane emissions, while growing jobs and high-tech firms.