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Clarenville-based Company is the First to Avail of Net Metering in Newfoundland and Labrador

This spring Solar Winds Energy Inc. (SW Energy), located in Clarenville, became the province’s first commercial office space to generate their own power, using a mix of solar and wind energy, and feed it back into the electrical grid through the province’s net-metering program.

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Measuring Progress on Adaptation and Climate Resilience

In 2017, the Federal Government launched an Expert Panel on Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience, to provide advice on measuring progress on adaptation and climate resilience in Canada. On June 26, 2018, the panel released their report, Measuring Progress on Adaptation and Climate Resilience: Recommendations to the Government of Canada.

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New Funding Announced to Improve Ice Safety for Nain

On June 28, 2018, nearly one million dollars in funding was announced to support SmartICE, which includes contributions from the Federal, Provincial and Nunatsiavut governments. This project combines traditional Indigenous knowledge with advanced technology to provide insights into ice conditions, in near real-time. A combination of sea ice sensors and satellite imagery are used to map ice conditions in areas that are frequently used by northern communities.

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What is climate change?

Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time. Follow the link below to find out more about what it is and what's causing it.

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Impacts of climate change

Climate change is affecting Newfoundland and Labrador. Follow the links below to learn more about how it's affecting us and our province.

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