Greenwashing at the center of the Digital Certified Sustainability (ESG) Practitioner Program In April 2021, Leadership Edition

The Center for Sustainability (ESG) and Excellence is constantly growing its network of certified sustainability (ESG) practitioners. Why do we make such an effort? The digital course incorporates three live sessions,

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Are Women in the U.S. & Canada Leading the Change to ESG Ratings?

Women are leading the change for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investing in the U.S. & Canada amid growing demand for responsible investing solutions.   A recent study shows that

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Can the US catch-up with EU & Canada and revive their sustainability (ESG) regulations?

Globally, countries are stepping up their game to greater sustainability, mainly climate change, into their financial industries. The plans are most advanced in the European Union and Canada.   In

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Canada Oil in the Era of Uncertainty

How the places that supply oil to Cascadia are reacting to the pandemic Oil markets went wild this spring. When the economic distress of coronavirus lockdowns hit, oil futures jumped

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Ηow Canada can plan a sustainable pathway for the economy amidst the pandemic

A number of environmental organizations in Canada are calling on the government to add Sustainability to its economic recovery measures that highlight both workers and efforts to address the climate

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Toronto leads the way to Sustainability Jobs

The realization about the severity of the global climate crisis increases almost every day as a new climate event unfolds or statistics on the rate of global warming are published.

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Canada may have Oil Sands woes but it also has a promising Clean-tech future

Canada was featured prominently in the news recently for its environmental record – but not for the right reasons.  Across the country members and supporters of the First Nations Wet’suwet’en

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Canada to Lead Sustainability Finance –8 ways to influence sustainable growth

The Bank of Canada’s 2019 Financial System Review lists climate change as one of the main vulnerabilities facing Canada’s economy.  The Global Commission on the Economy and Climate estimates that

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