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Josipa Petrunic

Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | April 15, 2024
An electric bus is pictured at the OC Transpo garage on St. Laurent Boulevard in Ottawa on Jan. 19, 2023. To decarbonize successfully, we can’t avoid the hard discussions around battery fires, battery waste, and increased battery prices with global supply constraints, writes Josipa Petrunic. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | April 15, 2024
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | April 15, 2024
An electric bus is pictured at the OC Transpo garage on St. Laurent Boulevard in Ottawa on Jan. 19, 2023. To decarbonize successfully, we can’t avoid the hard discussions around battery fires, battery waste, and increased battery prices with global supply constraints, writes Josipa Petrunic. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | March 29, 2023
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier makes an announcement about zero-emission public transit infrastructure for the OC Transpo fleet in Ottawa on Jan. 19. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | March 29, 2023
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | March 29, 2023
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier makes an announcement about zero-emission public transit infrastructure for the OC Transpo fleet in Ottawa on Jan. 19. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | June 8, 2022
B.C. Premier John Horgan and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announce funding to buy 118 new buses, including 10 long-range electric buses on July 18, 2019. The positive shift towards the electrification of transportation creates a new problem: a strain on the minerals, metals, and materials for the batteries that power those vehicles. Photograph courtesy of the Province of British Columbia
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | June 8, 2022
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | June 8, 2022
B.C. Premier John Horgan and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announce funding to buy 118 new buses, including 10 long-range electric buses on July 18, 2019. The positive shift towards the electrification of transportation creates a new problem: a strain on the minerals, metals, and materials for the batteries that power those vehicles. Photograph courtesy of the Province of British Columbia
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | February 18, 2021
While transit is just one area where hydrogen can make an impact, it is a critical one. As Canada plots its recovery from COVID-19, investing in these types of low-carbon technologies will be fundamental to building back better, writes Josipa Petrunic. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | February 18, 2021
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | February 18, 2021
While transit is just one area where hydrogen can make an impact, it is a critical one. As Canada plots its recovery from COVID-19, investing in these types of low-carbon technologies will be fundamental to building back better, writes Josipa Petrunic. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | September 30, 2020
Governor General Julie Payette, pictured Sept. 23, as she delivers the feds' Throne Speech, which commits to exceeding Canada’s 2030 climate goal and to legislating the goal of net-zero emissions by 2050. Screen capture via ParlVu
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | September 30, 2020
Opinion | BY JOSIPA PETRUNIC | September 30, 2020
Governor General Julie Payette, pictured Sept. 23, as she delivers the feds' Throne Speech, which commits to exceeding Canada’s 2030 climate goal and to legislating the goal of net-zero emissions by 2050. Screen capture via ParlVu