Terrestrial Energy has operations in Canada, the US and the UK. Its Design Centre is in Oakville, Ontario at the hub of the Canadian nuclear power industry. The Company consists of widely recognized voices of expertise in nuclear technology, utility power generation and environmental policy
Central America´s location, on a narrow isthmus that bridges two continents and oceans, renders it particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. Trade facilitation and the transition to sustainable production schemes represent wide opportunities for the improvement of Central America in adapting the process of climate change
Water-related issues in shale drilling are leading to growing and complex policy and regulatory challenges and environmental compliance hurdles that could potentially challenge shale gas production expansion and increase operational costs.
The challenges British Columbia currently faces with scaling-up renewables are common to virtually all developed countries, and are also emerging in developing countries.
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