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Alberta’s carbon levy drives renewable fuel innovation to diversify economy, create jobs and reduce emissions

March 10, 2016

Alberta’s price on carbon is resulting in an investment to transform plant oils into renewable transportation fuel manufactured in Alberta. Edmonton-based SBI BioEnergy has developed a technology that reduces greenhouse gas emissions by creating a renewable fuel that is virtually indistinguishable from diesel. Using revenue from the price Alberta’s large emitters pay for releasing greenhouse […]


Alberta and Canada to invest $40 million to create green jobs, help business advance clean technology, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions

February 25, 2016

Ottawa – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada Today Canada’s Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, the Honourable Navdeep Bains, and the Honourable Shannon Phillips, Alberta’s Minister of Environment and Parks announced  $40 million to help small and medium-sized businesses create green jobs, advance clean technology and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG). The funding will be […]


CCEMC PROJECTS HELP ALBERTA MUNICIPALITIES ADAPT TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND IMPROVE LANDFILL PRACTICES TO REDUCE GHG EMISSIONS

September 24, 2015

EDMONTON, ALBERTA – Alberta’s Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) has committed millions of dollars in funding to projects that are helping Alberta municipalities adapt to climate change and improve landfill practices. CCEMC contributed more than $5.4 million for the projects that are valued at $8.9 million. “Supporting local governments with more tools to […]


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The Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) is a not-for-profit organization with a mandate to establish or participate in funding initiatives that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve our ability to adapt to climate change.

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