TORONTO, November 19, 2020 – This summer, Pollution Probe and QUEST launched the Innovation Sandboxes project: a collaboration focused on supporting the rapid and efficient greening of Canada’s electricity and
Our new online portal provides a space for municipal governments and their collaborators to establish an ongoing dialogue and share valuable resources on Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEVs)
A brand-new, first-of-is-kind collaborative initiative deploying cutting-edge technology to get plastic litter out of the Great Lakes and, through research, outreach and education, working to prevent more plastic from entering these waterways in future.
Pollution Probe and the Delphi Group, with support from Natural Resources Canada, present a new and in-depth guide to installing electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in multi-unit residential buildings (MURBs).
The second report from Quest and Pollution Probe's Innovation Sandboxes project focuses on bridging the gaps in energy innovation in Canada.
Our new report, with a collection of accompanying resources, looks at Citizen Science and the role it can play in managing issues like pharmaceutical pollution in the Great Lakes.
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Western University and Lambton College join the initiative TORONTO, Ontario – Today, the Great Lakes Plastic Cleanup is pleased to announce that Western University and Lambton College are joining the
Government of Ontario contributes $375,000 to initiative; helps curb plastic problems in our waterways and brings up to 12 new marinas on board TORONTO, Ontario – October 22, 2020 –