Meeting Canada’s commitment to reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by the year 2030 to 30% below 2005 levels, or 30megatonnes annual emission reduction, is no small measure. In fact, it is a monumental undertaking. Facing uncertain winds blowing from our Southern neighbours makes the goal no less challenging. Political leaders at both the Federal and...Read More
Leaders from Canada’s emerging bio-economy sector gathered in Ottawa this month for the “Scaling Up: Delivering Canada’s low-carbon, bio-based economy through sustainable innovation” conference. Jeff Passmore organized and hosted the event, bringing together a wide-range of Industry, Government, Academic, and International professionals. BioApplied was pleased to be an active participant. It was an opportunity to...Read More
‘Log-a-Load for kids’ is a fundraising campaign that began 28 years ago. Initially, loggers and other workers from the forest products community donated the value of a load of logs to their local children’s hospital. The idea spread, and now forest product workers from across North America raise funds through a wide range of events,...Read More
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