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A man pulls his kids behind an electric bicycle near the pier in Huntington Beach, Calif. Paul Bersebach/Orange County Register via Getty Images

E-bike incentives are a costly way to cut carbon emissions, but they also promote health, equity and cleaner air

Many incentive programs promote e-bike use, but they aren’t necessarily targeting the right people for the right reasons.
De Montfort University students volunteering at Leicester Nirvana Football Club to promote the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Mark Charlton

Eight things grassroots football clubs can do to reach net zero

By inspiring collective action, amateur football clubs can drive positive behaviour change and embed sustainability tactics in grassroots sport.
A view of the Yaqan Nukiy, also known as the Lower Kootenay Band First Nation, wetland restoration project is seen near Creston, B.C. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Norm Allard

Ripple effect: How public attitudes can shift governments toward sustainable, and resilient, water systems

The results of a new study are clear: resilient water governance systems are effective and enjoy strong public support. The time is now to build resilience into our global water systems.
The Supreme Court of Canada ordered the federal government back to the drawing board on its Impact Assessment Act. But the legislation got a lot of things right in an era of climate change and related issues. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Canada’s Impact Assessment Act must be both Constitutional and ensure a sustainable future

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that the federal Impact Assessment Act needs amendments for Constitutional compliance, but the court’s recommended approach is no longer viable.

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