What gets lost in the rapid transition to electric vehicles?
Renewable energy should be designed to have minimal environmental impacts and place no extra pollution burdens on communities at either end of the transmission line.
Homeowners shore up sandbags around a Constance Bay, Ont., home on April 30, 2019, amid Ottawa River Valley flooding. Future droughts and floods could potentially create profound challenges for hydropower projects in Canada as well as reductions in the river runoff and evaporation of water in reservoirs, writes Sen. Mary Jane McCallum. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade