We are excited to announce the topic for our next Mindfirst seminar, to be held on March 24: The Reboot of Ontario’s Hydrogen Sector.
After at least a decade in the doldrums, the emerging Canadian hydrogen/fuel cell industrial sector – once a world leader in new technologies – may be poised for a commercial resurgence. […]
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Rebekka Bond is a Mindfirst blogger and a Masters Of Global Affairs candidate at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto 2016
I’m going to be honest with you – Prior to attending Mindfirst and RBC’s event “What Happened at COP21: Outcomes From the U.N. Climate Negotiations […]
The next event in Mindfirst’s energy seminar series, held in collaboration with the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) will look at the outcomes of the COP21 conference held in Paris at the end of 2015. Featuring a panel of expert speakers with an inside perspective on the Paris negotiations, the seminar will be moderated by […]
The Mindfirst seminar, “Engineering Innovation to Drive towards a Low-Carbon Transportation Sector”, explores the motivation for and the challenges to scaling the use of low-carbon emission, electric vehicles in Ontario.
Electric vehicle transportation poses very significant economic benefits for the province, notwithstanding the obvious environmental benefits that arise from driving zero-emission vehicles (57.0 to 96.5% less […]
Written by Alejandra Tobar, B.Sc. in Environment and Economics, University of Toronto
On June 3, 2015, MindFirst attended a session on “The Competitiveness Question: Business Opportunities and Challenges within a Cap-and-Trade Environment” at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Held by the Ecofiscal Commission in partnership with the Martin Prosperity Institute, the session occurred […]
June 3, 2015 – Toronto, ON – Mindfirst Inc. is pleased to announce that company president Henry Vehovec has been selected by World Bank (WB) to lead research and information collection regarding Canada’s sustainability programs and initiatives. The findings of this research will be published as part of WB’s Continue Reading →
Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission has released a report making recommendations and outlining design principles for Ontario’s cap-and-trade system. The report provides detailed explanation and reasoning for four key principles that the commission believes should guide the way cap-and-trade is deployed in Ontario, as well as comparing possible scenarios to jurisdictions like California/Quebec, the European Union, and […]
We are excited to announce that Tom Rand will be featured in a seminar discussion on climate change, carbon pricing, and the recent announcement on cap-and-trade in Ontario.
Tom Rand will discuss the motivation behind a carbon price (i.e. climate change), various carbon pricing strategies, blocks to effective action, and finally comment on Ontario’s cap-and-trade […]
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