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Biomass as Energy - Avoiding Risks and Promoting Sustainability

World-wide, the biofuel market is growing. Governments are setting policies to achieve GHG emissions reductions, to decrease dependence on coal and crude oil, and to secure “renewable” supply for vastly growing energy demands. Biomass will be an important component of this necessary renewable supply. Easton and Herbert provide insight as to how responsible supply chain managers can evaluate and manage the risks and opportunities associated with sustainable purchasing decisions. 

Alberta's Campuses Stage Tomorrow's Urban Evolution

Green Space: Alberta's colleges, municipalities and industry are working together to not only demonstrate leading-edge, low-carbon-producing single-family homes, but also prepare students for a greener future.

British Columbia Campuses Stage Tomorrow's Urban Evolution

Article Published: July 2010, page 33, GreenSpace BC 2010.

Panda speaks to Charlene Easton (UBC Sustainability) PART 1

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Panda speaks to Charlene Easton (UBC Sustainability) PART 2 

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