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  1. Cities on the front line of the climate battle

    Cities on the front line of the climate battle

    More than half of the population lives in urban areas and no less than seven out of ten people will live there by 2050, according to the World Bank. Cities are therefore key players in the fight against climate change. In Quebec, we are no exception (…)

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  2. IPCC recommendations in 10 concrete ideas

    IPCC recommendations in 10 concrete ideas

    The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) offers a lot of ideas and principles for significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Here are ten concrete ideas, inspired by this report, that Quebec government could (…)

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  3. Limiting warming to 2°C is still possible

    Limiting warming to 2°C is still possible

    If the chances of limiting global warming to 1.5°C melt like snow in the sun, the world can still hope not to exceed 2°C by the end of the century. This is the conclusion from a study recently published in the journal Nature which, however, comes (…)

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  4. Why Quebec is not prioritizing the climate crisis

    Why Quebec is not prioritizing the climate crisis

    In order to combat the climate crisis, Quebec political parties are currently escalating GHG reduction targets for 2030, while the 2020 objective, aimed at reducing CO2 emissions by 20% below 1990, was not reached. Unfortunately, the strategies (…)

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  5. New York state chooses Quebec

    New York state chooses Quebec

    The State of New York has just granted the largest export contract ever made by Hydro Quebec. In fact, it has been confirmed that from 2025, Hydro Quebec will supply nearly 10.4 terawatt hours of electricity to the New York State, which represents (…)

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  6. A new member joins our team!

    A new member joins our team!

    It is with great pleasure that C-nergie welcomes Patrick Héroux as a new project manager to our team. Graduated from Sherbrooke University in 2007 in chemical engineering, Patrick subsequently completed a master degree in Eco Consulting in 2017 at (…)

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