“Climate solutions are central to an increasingly low-carbon economy, and a resilient recovery plan can help enhance B.C.’s competitiveness. Key to this is to follow the innovation commissioner’s recommendation that CleanBC be used as an economic driver. “Thousands of British Columbians have lost their jobs and some won’t have jobs to return to. This an opportune time to align government support for training and retraining with the emerging economy.
How Canada can “build back better”
“As B.C. starts rebuilding, the government will need to be strategic in where and how it invests stimulus, seeking out projects that aren’t just “shovel ready” but “shovel worthy.” In other words, projects that support the things we want more of in society: well-paying jobs, affordability, Indigenous reconciliation and climate action.”
More Than Meets The Eye With Renewable Energy. Most people assume they have renewable energy all figured out. You’re probably familiar with the typical forms of it, like solar and wind. You’ve probably encountered a whole slew of statistics about the benefits renewable energy has to offer to you and the planet. While this is all useful information, don’t underestimate what renewable energy is and has to offer. There are plenty of surprising facts and statistics for you to learn about. Whether they encourage you to become a Star Energy Partner with us or help you impress your friends at a party, you will find this information useful. Here are a few surprising things about renewable energy.
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