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Brent Dancey

Opinion | BY BRENT DANCEY | November 10, 2021
Canada is in a unique position to be among the leaders of a global charge to reduce shipping emissions and move towards clean fuels such as hydrogen, as we import and export more than $1-trillion worth of goods each year just among our fellow G7 countries—much of which moves through our seaports, writes Brent Dancey. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY BRENT DANCEY | November 10, 2021
Opinion | BY BRENT DANCEY | November 10, 2021
Canada is in a unique position to be among the leaders of a global charge to reduce shipping emissions and move towards clean fuels such as hydrogen, as we import and export more than $1-trillion worth of goods each year just among our fellow G7 countries—much of which moves through our seaports, writes Brent Dancey. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY BRENT DANCEY | May 10, 2021
Canada, with the longest coastline in the world and a maritime economy tied to three major ocean basins and the Great Lakes, is ideally positioned to harness marine industries to improve existing climate plans. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Opinion | BY BRENT DANCEY | May 10, 2021
Opinion | BY BRENT DANCEY | May 10, 2021
Canada, with the longest coastline in the world and a maritime economy tied to three major ocean basins and the Great Lakes, is ideally positioned to harness marine industries to improve existing climate plans. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Opinion | BY BRENT DANCEY | February 15, 2021
To meet the Paris climate goals for a liveable planet, and achieve Canada’s target of net-zero emissions by 2050, a major segment of the country’s vessels will need to run on clean fuels by 2030. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Opinion | BY BRENT DANCEY | February 15, 2021
Opinion | BY BRENT DANCEY | February 15, 2021
To meet the Paris climate goals for a liveable planet, and achieve Canada’s target of net-zero emissions by 2050, a major segment of the country’s vessels will need to run on clean fuels by 2030. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash