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Canada’s Top Sustainability Leaders Announced for 2022

Environment & Climate Change Minister Jonathan Wilkinson and Montreal’s Mayor Valerie Plante top list drawn from over 1,000 nominees Toronto, September 16, 2021 – The sixteen individual category leaders from this year’s Canada’s Clean50 Awards list were announced…

CleanFood4All: combining Human & Machine!

Ecoation is changing the way we produce and protect our food. The main reason farmers and greenhouse growers use pesticides is that their operations are massive and by the time they learn about an issue, it is already established and spreading,…

Where are they now – Grace Quan

We love seeing the growth of our past winners and want to share their sustainability journeys with you! We have been following up with our past winners by asking them a series of questions to see how their…

Where are they now – Lauren Smith

We love seeing the growth of our past winners and want to share their sustainability journeys with you! We have been following up with our past winners by asking them a series of questions to see how their…

Preventing Root Causes

Engineering’s Sustainability Superpower How can one engineering firm generate nine national Clean50 award-winning projects? I’ll let you in on our secret.   Energy, water, and product waste are the intended or unintended results of a system. If anything is…

Growing a Start-Up Food Rescue Charity

3 Lessons from former Food Stash Executive Director, Julia Hunter In 2019, I joined Food Stash Foundation – a registered food rescue charity founded in 2016, as their Executive Director. In a nutshell, Food Stash operates as a…

Where are they now? – Andrew White

Q: Can you describe your current position and company? A: CEO of CHAR Technologies.  CHAR is a leading cleantech development and environmental services company with proprietary high  temperature pyrolysis (HTP) technology that converts woody materials and organic waste…