Any organization’s most important asset is its people. Success depends on their ability to work efficiently and effectively, particularly in challenging environments such as the forestry industry where supervision is low, revenue is directly tied to employee productivity and they are being entrusted with equipment worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. In addition, training a...Read More
On March 15, 2017, the Nova Scotia Department of Environment hosted a stakeholder consultation session regarding the development of Nova Scotia’s Cap and Trade Program, supported by a summary document released prior to the session. The objective of the session was to present some early program design options being considered, provide an opportunity for stakeholders...Read More
Efficiency is a beautiful thing. So are renewable resources. Together, they provide a significant opportunity to lower the carbon intensity of the energy and products we use everyday. And for Nova Scotia’s renewable resource sector to play a role in this transition, competing with significantly larger jurisdictions, efficiency needs to be a primary objective. That’s...Read More
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