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Example of students’ work for the “Green your school” activity, part of the 2012 competition

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Energy-wise

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Energy IQ: Provincial energy use

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Energy IQ: Breaking down Canada’s energy exports

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Energy IQ: Average Canadians’ energy use

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Energy IQ: Energy used for heating in Canada

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Energy IQ: US energy imports

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Energy IQ: Canada’s renewable energy

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Canadian Energy Summit returns to Toronto

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Greenbug Energy: Creating renewable energy from old technology

GreenBug Energy wins 2015 3M Environmental Innovation Award for micro-hydro turbines

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Hydroelectric dams supply the majority of power in the Yukon

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New energy in the Yukon

The territory grapples with meeting energy needs of growing populations and booming businesses

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5 energy innovations to watch, from Céline Bak

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An Oakville, Ont. plant produces biodiesel from used coffee grounds

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The Holy Grail of Green

Researchers get creative in their quest to make the next big breakthrough in green energy

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How Canada’s bridges impact energy

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Energy IQ: Top hydroelectricity-producing countries

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Energy IQ: Transporting Canada’s natural gas

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Energy IQ: Canada’s crude oil ranking

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Energy IQ: Shipping gas to Nunavut

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Energy IQ: Length of Canada’s powerlines

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Energy IQ: Transporting oil by rail

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Energy IQ: Top crude oil reserves

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Energy IQ: Top natural gas producing countries

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Energy IQ: Top uranium-producing countries

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Energy IQ: Total length of Canada’s pipelines

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Energy IQ: Canada’s electricity sources

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Energy IQ: Average Canadians’ electricity use

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Energy IQ: Canada’s coal exports

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Energy efforts making headlines across Canada

From electric vehicles to geothermal energy, our focus is on reducing emissions by 2050

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Energy IQ: Coal on Canadian rail

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Using Antarctic ice to map the universe’s energy hot spots

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Mapping solar energy potential on Victoria’s rooftops

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Shell Eco-marathon Americas 2015 Zoticus

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Energy efficient student-built vehicles to compete in Shell Eco-marathon

Canadian teams have historically performed well in the competition, which challenges students to create a vehicle that can travel far using little energy

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Quebec’s energy issues

An exclusive Q&A interview with Quebec Oil and Gas Association head Michael Binnion on the province’s energy issues

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Earth day tips from the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge

Make every day Earth Day with these four environmental tips, compliments of the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge

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Heat map shows Calgary residents how to save energy

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Energy experts discuss the issues facing their industry

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Storms and wildfires can cut electricity, but microgrids help communities take control

More than 430,000 kilometres of transmission lines crisscross North America

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The Canaport liquefied natural gas terminal in Saint John, New Brunswick

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From the archives: Putting the Pacific NorthWest LNG project in context

How the recently approved terminal fits into Canada's energy story

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Stained glass windows generate electricity at Saskatchewan cathedral

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The lizard-inspired Canadian innovation that pulls drinking water out of thin air

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The Canadian innovation that pulls drinking water out of thin air

And it was inspired by a lizard

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Excerpt: The Day the World Stops Shopping

From economy to ecology, J.B. MacKinnon's creative work of non-fiction explores what the world would look like if we could just stop shopping  

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Photo: Yinan Chen/Wikimedia Commons

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Renewable energy builds self-reliance in Fort McPherson, N.W.T.

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Charting the future of renewable electricity in Canada

Charts from Canadian emission-cutting strategies developed by The Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project.

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Photo: Alexandra Pope/Canadian Geographic

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Environmental organizations team up to influence federal climate strategy

Three influential Canadian environmental advocacy groups have formed a new partnership aimed at securing an ambitious national climate change strategy for Canada under the new Liberal government

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Solar panels for all seasons

Do solar panels work in places that get cold weather and snow? Absolutely.

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Sustainable architecture used to green buildings

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Nigel Hussey prepares to tag a Greenland shark in Scott Inlet in 2013. (Photo courtesy of Steven Fields)

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Following Greenland Sharks in Canada’s Arctic

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Gordon Harris, UniverCity, sustainable development, burnaby

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Q&A: Gordon Harris on the success and sustainability of UniverCity

The president and CEO of the Simon Fraser University Community Trust discusses the award-winning community in Burnaby, B.C.

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Hydro map

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Climate change and hydro power

What does the future of hydroelectricity look like in Canada?

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An aurora dances in the night sky

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Solar to the max

For scientists and northern lights rubberneckers, 2013 promises to be a once-in-a-decade opportunity to experience the sun’s magnetic power at its height.

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A data revolution is helping to keep workers safe from storms at sea

Part 4 of Canada’s Ocean Supercluster: a six-part series

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Jocelyn Joe-Strack, a geographer and scientist from the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations

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Interview: Lessons from Indigenous Peoples on climate change

Jocelyn Joe-Strack, a scientist and geographer from the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations, is embarking on a tour of Canadian embassies in Europe to share Indigenous perspectives on climate change

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Toronto eastern waterfront

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A look at Google’s smart city

Urbanist Robin Mazumder reviews Quayside, the new ‘smart’ neighbourhood on Toronto’s eastern waterfront

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St. Mark’s School’s grade 2/3 class proudly demonstrates some of the hard work that earned them the Elementary Grand Prize

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In for the win

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Mark McMorris

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Infographic: The physics of slopestyle

How Canadian snowboarder Mark McMorris nails his signature jump

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Soft sunrise colours over Niagara Falls

History

Niagara Falls is actually a marvel of engineering

A book by environmental historian Daniel Macfarlane reveals the decades of technological feats and cross-border politics that went into “fixing” one of North America’s most important natural sites

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The Kitchen-Kuiack family

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Energy idols

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Go on an Energy Diet

Sign up for this year’s Classroom Energy Diet Challenge

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10 top Canadian teachers meet to talk about energy literacy

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Meeting the Challenge!

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Calling all Canadians! Ig we gave you $10,000 to fight climate change, how would you do it?

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