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November 7, 2019

WWF-Canada participates in helping whales to co-exist with B.C.’s marine traffic

The field team for the Ships, Whales and Acoustics in Gitga’at territory (SWAG) project was on the water this past summer fixing or replacing hydrophones to hear and identify whale calls around Hartley Bay, British Columbia. The project uses the hydrophones and land-based visual observation to track whales and monitor their behaviour in the presence […]

WWF-Canada participates in helping whales to co-exist with B.C.’s marine traffic
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Ocean Networks Canada supports Green Marine
December 9, 2014

Ocean Networks Canada supports Green Marine

Green Marine is pleased to welcome Ocean Networks Canada as a new supporter! Ocean Networks Canada, an initiative of the University of Victoria, operates the world’s most advanced cabled ocean observatories off the coast of British Columbia and in the Canadian Arctic

October 15, 2010

Transport Quebec Launches a Program to Reduce GHG Emissions

Transport Quebec recently unveiled a new aid program designed to promote the reduction (or avoidance) of greenhouse gas emissions. The program has two components, one which applies to projects that incur infrastructure expenses, and the other which applies to projects that do not incur such expenses. Eligible projects are those that result in a reduction […]

October 15, 2010

Transport Canada Announces Ecofreight Funding to Reduce GHG Emissions

Transport Canada will award $2.4 million to eight projects under its Freight Technology Demonstration Fund, with a view to helping the cargo transportation sector reduce its emissions of greenhouses gases and other air pollutants. Fifteen other projects will be awarded $3.7 million under the Freight Technology Incentive Program. One GreenMarine participant to benefit from this […]

May 31, 2011

Green Marine welcomes two new supporters at municipal level

The City of Varennes endorsed on May 9, a resolution of support for Green Marine’s environmental program. Varennes is ideally located 15 minutes from downtown Montréal and 45 minutes from the U.S. border. The city’s proximity to the St. Lawrence River, vast territory (94 km square) and millions of square feet of available land consolidate […]

May 16, 2011

The city of Montreal-Est supports Green Marine

The Municipal Council of Montreal-Est voted to join Green Marine as a supporter on April 18th.

April 20, 2011

The SEDNA Foundation and city of Contrecoeur support Green Marine

Green Marine is pleased to welcome Jean Lemire and the SEDNA Foundation, as well as the City of Contrecoeur, as its newest supporters.

The Green Wave

Green Marine’s newsletter is released every two months and presents all relevant information regarding the environmental program. It also showcases best practices and green initiatives.

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November 2019
  • Green Marine factors into new Great Lakes’ blue economy
  • New ship recycling indicator on the program’s horizon
  • Integrating data technology to enhance social licence
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