On Tuesday, November 21, Climate Positive Energy (CPE) was pleased to welcome more than 250 industry leaders for the sold-out Smart Growth Symposium.
Shahzeb theorizes that a transition to EVs as soon as possible can make cities more liveable, cut large amounts of carbon emissions, and increase life expectancies.
As part of COP28, Climate Positive Energy will be hosting 3 panel discussions in various venues in the Blue Zone.
Charlie is channeling his passion for sustainability into conversations about the environment. His research project seeks to explain variation in the climate policy stances taken by two different types of firms: electric utilities and automakers.
The Climate Positive Energy initiative (CPE) at the University of Toronto and Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) are proud to co-host the Smart Growth Symposium, an exciting in-person event focused on exploring smart and clean technology solutions
Researchers from U of T’s Civil & Mineral Engineering Department are investigating the sustainability knowledge and actions (carbon footprint) of students.
In an opinion piece titled Universities are a critical piece of the climate change puzzle, University of Toronto President Meric Gertler highlights the work of the Climate Positive Energy initiative – a centre for multidisciplinary clean energy research.