Written by: Danielle Tessier My name is Danielle Tessier and I was born and raised in a small Northern Ontario town called Elliot Lake. Growing up in the beautiful outdoors fostered a deep appreciation for the natural environment. I love hiking, swimming, camping, and being outside in general. I grew up in a low-income family which has shaped my worldview in many ways. Neither of my parents graduated from high school and therefore had to
Written by: Raghav Talwar, 4th Year UNB Engineering Student Hey, my name is Raghav Talwar. I am currently 21 years old and I grew up as the younger sibling in a joint family in New Delhi, India. Growing up, I was motivated to get good grades and do well in school. However, I was more motivated by the prospect of spending the day in the school playground with my buddies playing football and cricket. So
Written By: Ghina Annan 1. How was my experience representing Stantec at COP28 UAE? Representing Stantec at COP28 wasan immersive experience, encapsulating “Everything, Everywhere, all at once.” Following more than 300 hours of negotiations, the finalized COP28 text marked a historic moment as it called for transitioning away from fossil fuels in energy systems, aiming for a just, orderly, and equitable process to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. While over 130 countries advocated for a fossil
Pathways to careers in energy management are as diverse as the people who fulfill the roles. David Brushett shares his 7 essential tips for people aspiring to join the energy management ranks in Nova Scotia. While some of the references are very specific to the market in Nova Scotia, the themes are broadly applicable to any market region. Thanks to David for allowing the AEE Canada East to re-post his article on this blog. Written
United Churches in HRM are on a carbon-cutting mission thanks to Faithful Footprints, a funding stream that helps churches cut their GHG emissions through retrofits. By Zack Metcalfe, Climate Story Network For the first time in over a century, the chimneys of Grace United Church in downtown Dartmouth are cold and smokeless, yet its 18,000 square feet remain as warm and welcoming as the day it was built, in 1920. Grace United Church, Dartmouth, Nova

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