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Adapting to Succeed in a Lower-Carbon Economy

I wanted to let HCANL Members know about a course (Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industries Association) NEIA  is providing in the new year (through one of its members) to help businesses adapt and succeed in the lower-carbon economy. The course (1) explicitly outlines the practical impact of carbon taxes, offsets, performance standards, electricity rates, etc. on businesses, and (2) helps participants understand the support programs that are out there to help them make investments. Both components have been specifically developed catering to the NL context (which is much different than in other provinces).

The course includes a 1-on-1 portion with the instructor, who will visit the participants’ business and provide some high-level guidance on where there may be opportunity for efficiencies and cost-avoidance. More information can be found at the link below.

http://neia.org/adapting-to-succeed-in-a-lower-carbon-economy/

The course will be recurring in nature, and is open (and beneficial) to businesses in all sectors of the economy.

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