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  • Building a Winning Team
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    The best coaches can teach us a lot about creating high functioning energy management teams.   John Herdman is one of those coaches. He led the Canadian women’s soccer team to back-to-back Olympic bronze medals and to Canada’s first gold at...
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  • Controlling Energy Unlocks Surprising Benefits
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    High energy costs are causing stress in many organizations. If you are a CEO who believes nothing that can be done about high energy prices, I have good news for you. You can do something. Your organization can control...
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  • Does The Prospect Of Increasing Natural Gas Costs Seem...
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    Natural gas costs are rising around the world. As a result, global markets are at their highest levels in years and are sustaining these highs for much longer than average.    Mid-April, European gas prices at the Dutch Title Transfer Facility (TTF)...
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  • Capturing, Storing Carbon Emerges as A Key Energy Strategy
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    Capturing carbon emissions and permanently storing them underground is gaining recognition as a critical strategy for meeting global energy goals. As a result, fossil fuel producers, industrial energy consumers and governments are pursuing carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) as an...
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  • 7 Beliefs That Are Limiting Progress On Carbon Reduction
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    Limiting beliefs consistently keep companies from reducing their carbon emissions. Hesitating to act on carbon could have serious consequences. Corporations need to determine whether these faulty assumptions are the root cause for paralysis: Limiting Belief: There is no link between...
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  • Most Common Carbon Questions Answered
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    What Are Carbon Emissions?  Carbon, in its most basic form, is an element. It’s the most common element for life on Earth! Carbon can be found just about everywhere on Earth—in the air, the soil, the oceans, and even inside our bodies. Carbon helps plants convert...
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  • BC AGRICULTURE IS HIT WITH CLIMATE CHANGE
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    British Columbia’s agricultural producers have been hard hit this year with severe weather powered by a hotter climate.   Last June, a “heat dome” settled over western Canada. A “heat dome” is a phenomenon created by a warming climate.   Temperatures reached well over 40°C for days on...
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  • SOLVING THE GLASGOW CLIMATE SUMMIT CHALLENGE
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    The United Nations Climate Summit in Glasgow has ended. President Biden and Prime Minister Trudeau promised to reduce carbon emissions 50% and 40%, respectively, by 2030. After the many words spoken and the Glasgow Climate Pact signed, what are...
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  • CEMENT MANUFACTURERS CONFRONT RISK AND OPPORTUNITY
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    Cement producers confront a business challenge in which managing energy and carbon emissions now have enormous strategic value. Canadian and American governments recently reaffirmed their commitment to keep the global average temperature rise to less than 2°C. To achieve this...
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Carbon Strategy

Since April 2019, the carbon tax has risen by 250%. As the charge increases, it makes up a greater and greater proportion of energy costs and can have a bigger impact on your bottom line.

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