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Agricultural Greenhouse Gases Program: Step 3. How to apply - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)

http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/programs-and-services/agricultural-greenhouse-gases-program/step-3-how-to-apply/?id=1461259731822

...Agricultural Greenhouse Gases Program: Step 3. How to apply Step 1. What this program offers Step 2. Who is eligible Step 3. How to apply Step 4. After you apply Applicant guide Contact information Please note we are not accepting applications at this time. Step 3. How to apply We are accepting applications until July 8, 2016. Project proposals received

Globalization … slightly out of tune! | OFF-KEY NOTES: GREENHOUSE GASES | OFF-KEY NOTES: GREENHOUSE GASES

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... OFF-KEY NOTES: GREENHOUSE GASES Back OFF-KEY NOTES: GREENHOUSE GASES Add this Media File to My Content Print this Asset Note: Macromedia Flash is required to view this Asset This learning object consists of an animation that explains the process by which the growing emission

Agricultural Greenhouse Gases Program: Applicant Guide - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)

http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/programs-and-services/agricultural-greenhouse-gases-program/applicant-guide/?id=1461260706084

...Agricultural Greenhouse Gases Program: Applicant Guide Step 1. What this program offers Step 2. Who is eligible Step 3. How to apply Step 4. After you apply Applicant guide Contact information Applicant guide 1.0 Purpose The purpose of this document is to provide you, the Applicant, with information about the Agricultural Greenhouse Gases Program (AGGP

Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act

https://laws.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/G-11.55/page-31.html

Jul 1, 2019 ... and subsections 176(2) and 177(2); (g) respecting greenhouse gas emissions limits referred to in sections 173 to 175, subsection 178(1), section 182 and subsection 183(1); (h) respecting the quantification of greenhouse gases that are emitted by a facility; (i) respecting the circumstances under which greenhouse gases are deemed to have been emitted by a facility; (j

Causes of climate change

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Mar 28, 2019 ... greenhouse gases, such as nitrous oxide, stay in the atmosphere for a long time. Other substances only produce short-term effects. Not all substances produce warming. Some, like certain aerosols, can produce cooling. What are climate forcers? Carbon dioxide and other substances are referred to as climate forcers because they force or push the climate towards being

Reducing greenhouse gases in concrete production - Construction Innovation

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Mar 6, 2011 ...Reducing greenhouse gases in concrete production Volume 16, Number 1, March 2011 Researchers at the NRC Institute for Research in Construction (NRC-IRC) have initiated a new project aimed at developing an environmentally friendly concrete by replacing part of the cement with alternative cementing materials. The work addresses the issue of reducing

Government of Canada Takes Further Action to Reduce Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) and Air Pollution from Cars and Trucks

https://www.canada.ca/en/news/archive/2014/09/government-canada-takes-further-action-reduce-greenhouse-gases-ghgs-air-pollution-cars-trucks.html

Sep 22, 2014 ...Government of Canada Takes Further Action to Reduce Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) and Air Pollution from Cars and Trucks Backgrounder The Government of Canada is committed to reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and providing clean air for Canadians—for today, and for future generations. The transportation sector is responsible for nearly a quarter of the GHG

Geochemical Project Page

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Nov 14, 2019 ... represent and enormous source of stored carbon. Possible consequences of permafrost degradation in peatlands are the release of greenhouse gases, thaw subsidence of the ground surface and remobilization of trace elements presently retained in frozen peat. As a basis for monitoring environmental change in the Mackenzie Valley, baseline data is required

Agricultural Greenhouse Gases Program: Step 2. Who is eligible - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)

http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/programs-and-services/agricultural-greenhouse-gases-program/step-2-who-is-eligible/?id=1461259699241

...Agricultural Greenhouse Gases Program: Step 2. Who is eligible Step 1. What this program offers Step 2. Who is eligible Step 3. How to apply Step 4. After you apply Applicant guide Contact information Step 2. Who is eligible Eligible applicants are: not-for-profit organizations, including co-operatives (if applicable); academic institutions; other levels

Agricultural Greenhouse Gases Program: Step 4. After you apply - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)

http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/programs-and-services/agricultural-greenhouse-gases-program/step-4-after-you-apply/?id=1461259763076

...Agricultural Greenhouse Gases Program: Step 4. After you apply Step 1. What this program offers Step 2. Who is eligible Step 3. How to apply Step 4. After you apply Applicant guide Contact information Step 4. After you apply After you submit your completed application, generally, we will: acknowledge receipt of your application assess your application draft

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