Friends of Warriors’ Path State Park Has Created a Model for Inclusion Through Crown Jewel Darrell’s Dream Boundless Playground Complex


Children of all physical and mental abilities can play together at a one-of-a-kind playground in Tennessee—but it likely won’t be the only one for long.

Darrell’s Dream Playground Complex is really the stuff of dreams. Not only does the facility boast a state-of-the-art all-inclusive playground, but it also includes the Lion's Narnia Braille Trail, Park History/Nature Interactive Treehouse Trail and Palmer Center Amphitheater.

Enbridge CEO Says Federal Incentives for Clean Tech Will Spur Investment in Canada

Ottawa is creating two new federal tax credits for clean technology and low-emitting hydrogen production

CALGARY — The new incentives for clean energy development in the federal government’s fall fiscal update will make a real difference in helping to attract investment capital to Canada, the chief executive of Enbridge Inc. said Friday.

Building a Home in the Heart of Outdoor Learning

In Minnesota, Waubun-Ogema-White Earth (WOWE) Schools is expanding its outdoor classroom facilities for students and families

What’s better than plotting graphs in a classroom? Plotting graphs in nature—and it’s even better when you’re observing the growth and changes of your own personal tree for a school year.

Offshore Carbon Capture Study in Texas Is a 'Potential Game-changer for the Planet''

UTRGV, Friends of RGV Reef officially begin research into carbon sequestration capacity of reefs

Just think of Dr. Richard Kline and his research team as gumshoes with degrees—and SCUBA gear.

“Like detectives,” he says, “we’ll analyze the data.”

The data in question? Well, that will help resolve an as-yet unanswered riddle—whether reefs, either natural or artificial, can capture and store carbon.

'Brilliance and Ingenuity' That Transform Indigenous Communities


Support from the Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund is putting more moose meat into freezers on Miawpukek Mi’kamawey Mawi’omi First Nation on the south coast of Newfoundland.

At approximately 1,200 lbs, a male moose can yield several hundred pounds of meat. That much food goes a long way, especially in a province like Newfoundland, which has some of the highest food insecurity rates in Canada.

Collaboration, Active Listening, Delivering on Our Promises: Enbridge Releases First Indigenous Reconciliation Action Plan

Another important step in building strong relationships with Indigenous communities across North America

On September 28, Enbridge released its first Indigenous Reconciliation Action Plan (IRAP)—articulating and tracking our progress against 22 commitments to continue building strong relationships with Indigenous communities across North America and advance reconciliation.

Varcoe: 'You Have To Be Relentless': Exits of Two Outspoken CEOs Create Hole in Energy Debate

By Chris Varcoe

A different kind of energy transition is taking place in Calgary as two longtime leaders in the sector — and vocal defenders of the Canadian oil and gas industry — have signalled this week their plans to retire.

In the words of another former oilpatch executive, “their absence will create a hole” in the public discussion that surrounds energy development in the country.

On Tuesday evening, Peyto Exploration & Development CEO Darren Gee announced he will step down at the end of December after a 16-year run as CEO of one of the country’s largest natural gas producers.

Revitalizing Language, Spreading the Joy of Reading

Innovations for Learning Canada’s custom e-books get kids in Indigenous communities ‘excited about reading’

In a delightful moment of improvisation, children at a book launch blurred the line between fiction and reality.

They had gathered for the June 2022 release of the picture book Ice Fishing with Nimkii, a story written about and for the children of Wiikwemkoong First Nation on Manitoulin Island in Ontario.

An 'Ag-Citing' Advancement on Ontario's RNG Scene

Stanton Farms becomes province’s first agriculture-based RNG supplier, connecting with Enbridge Gas distribution network

Agriculture is rife with renewable natural gas (RNG) production potential.

So, really, how are you gonna keep it down on the farm?

Stanton Farms, of Ilderton, Ontario, is now officially Ontario’s first agriculture-based RNG supplier, after starting operations of its newly expanded biogas facility to transform on-farm and community-based organic waste into the carbon-neutral fuel.

Varcoe: Incoming Enbridge CEO Commits to Calgary Headquarters, Eyes Energy Transition

'Enbridge will continue to be an iconic Canadian company, and increasingly so an iconic North American company. I think that's in everybody's best interest'

By Chris Varcoe

The incoming CEO of Enbridge sees a bright future for LNG, a growing role for renewables and a promising opportunity for carbon capture developments as the energy transition gains speed.


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