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Cutting coal power did little to clear the air, says study

Cutting coal power did little to clear the air, says study

Fraser Institute report said phase out coal resulted in no change in southern Ontario air pollution
Touting the green machine

Touting the green machine

Public education a priority for biomass producers
Sault company lands distributorship for bug trap

Sault company lands distributorship for bug trap

The new system will be used in conjunction with BioForest Technologies’ product, TreeAzin®, an organic insecticide that battles the onset of emerald ash borer.
Does a wind turbine need an oil change?

Does a wind turbine need an oil change?

Sault fabrication shop servicing wind turbine gearboxes
Incentivizing natural gas draws biomass group’s ire

Incentivizing natural gas draws biomass group’s ire

Biomass North insists wood-based heating a better alternative for Northern communities
Put the brakes on cap-and-trade, say chambers

Put the brakes on cap-and-trade, say chambers

Six Northern chambers add to province-wide call for program deferral
Université de Hearst setting up research greenhouse

Université de Hearst setting up research greenhouse

Université de Hearst is planning to construct a 1,000-square-foot research greenhouse where researchers will study the potential in growing fruits and vegetables in the North.
Clean-tech firm tackling mine-water waste

Clean-tech firm tackling mine-water waste

BluMetric Environmental signs on with Harte Gold
Lakehead U adds food research chair

Lakehead U adds food research chair

Sustainable food on Dr. Charles Levkoe’s plate
Going green pays off

Going green pays off

Sudbury businesses reaping financial rewards of sustainability