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Green Jobs in Natural Resources | Natural Resources Canada

May 27, 2019 ...Green Jobs in Natural Resources Green jobs are the future in a world that is increasingly valuing sustainable practices as part of the transition to a low-carbon economy and the transformation of the natural resource sectors. To help young Canadians start their career, Natural Resources Canada is investing in green jobs in natural resources through our

Lighting | Natural Resources Canada

May 16, 2019 ... for 11% of energy used. *total is not equal to 100% due to rounding Source: Distribution of residential energy use in Canada 2016, Natural Resources Canada. Text version Residential energy use in Canada by activity A pie chart representing energy consumed in the average Canadian home is divided into five sections: Space heating 61%; Water heating 19%; Appliances

Electronics | Natural Resources Canada

May 16, 2019 ... Natural Resources Canada study found that entertainment and home office equipment alone accounted for more than 20% of electricity used in non-electrically heated homes. And energy use trends indicate that Canadian households own almost 160% more electronics than they did ten years ago! ENERGY STAR certified electronics have special features to cut down on active

Outputs | Natural Resources Canada

May 10, 2019 ... Report. Text version Diagram of the institutional arrangements for production of the National Inventory Report. The Canadian Forest Service at Natural Resources Canada, through NFCMARS, and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, through CanAgMARS, work together and exchange data for land-use change and afforestation, reforestation and deforestion. Data from different

Resource Library | Natural Resources Canada

May 28, 2019 ...% by 2040. In order to achieve Canada’s GHG and ZEV goals, it will be necessary to ensure ready access to electric vehicle (EV) charging, particularly “at home” charging. This report outlines considerations pertaining to establishing minimum requirements for EV charging infrastructure in buildings, and suggests strategies that Natural Resources Canada can take

Participant resources | Natural Resources Canada

May 16, 2019 ... Participant Award winners. ENERGY STAR for Products—Participant News: Read the latest edition of our quarterly newsletter. The ENERGY STAR name and symbol are trademarks registered in Canada by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and are administered and promoted by Natural Resources Canada. Date Modified: 2019-05-16

Natural Resources Canada's national building energy benchmarking initiative | Natural Resources Canada

Apr 15, 2019 ...Natural Resources Canada's national building energy benchmarking initiative Infographic: Join the Energy Benchmarking Movement Today! (2016) [PDF – 3 MB] Since 2006, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) has been consulting with key Canadian buildings sector stakeholders to respond to the need to develop a national building energy benchmarking tool. In 2009

Infographics | Natural Resources Canada

Apr 18, 2019 ..., A., Bernier, P.Y., et al. 2017. Species composition, forest properties and land cover types across Canada’s forests at 250m resolution for 2001 and 2011. Natural Resources Canada–Canadian Forest Service, Laurentian Forestry Centre, Quebec, Canada. (accessed February 19, 2018). Canada’s forests by the numbers Download the graphic (PDF) Text version Graphic 1. Canada’s

Interactive Maps | Natural Resources Canada

May 24, 2019 ... Evolution from 1867 to 2017 2010 Land Cover of Canada – Landsat-7, 30-metre resolution The Canada Centre for Remote Sensing (CCRS) at Natural Resources Canada produced this new high-resolution dataset of Canada’s 15 land cover classes from 13,350 Landsat-7 satellite images taken between 2009 and 2011 for cloud- and snow-free national coverage. The 30-metre

Consumer caution! | Natural Resources Canada

Apr 29, 2019 ...Consumer caution! Be aware of deceptive sales tactics that claim to have ENERGY STAR® or Natural Resources Canada backing The Government of Canada does not provide rebates The Government of Canada does not provide rebates or incentives for energy products. If you see a website purporting to represent the Government of Canada and promising rebates, please

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