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Integrated Sustainability is a leading provider of sustainability consulting and engineering services – integrating world-class front-end project advisory and delivery teams to deliver conscientious solutions in water, waste, and energy.
Engaging public, industrial, and natural resource sector clients from project feasibility beyond project close-out to facility operation and maintenance; We are recognized by the Globe and Mail as one of Canada’s Top 100 SME companies for 5 years running, delivering projects with integrity, loyalty, and a commitment to ‘build the future, sustainably’.
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As system integrators, we arbitrate the technical landscape to minimize environmental impact and provide you with the best technical and economic fit. And, with significant regulatory experience delivering sustainable solutions to bridge the intention gap between ESG targets and practical solutions, you can be confident of a positive ESG narrative for your stakeholders.
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The Supreme Court of Canada released its judgment in consideration of the constitutionality of the federal environmental assessment scheme under the Impact Assessment Act (IAA), enacted by Parliament in 2019. It is expected that this ruling will fundamentally alter the scope of federal assessment and decision-making over the vast majority of major projects that are located wholly within a province, such as critical minerals mines, upstream oil production (including oil sands), and pipelines.
Canada pledged to surpass its methane emission reduction target in the oil and gas sector, aiming for a reduction of at least 75% from 2012 levels by 2030. However, this commitment raised concerns from the Alberta Minister of Environment and Protected Areas, who questioned the constitutionality of such a policy that could significantly impact the oil and gas industry without sufficient consultation.
The Federal government released the Draft Clean Electricity Regulations to support developing a clean electricity grid with the goal of achieving economy-wide, net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The draft regulation is designed to push Canada’s electricity system to use cleaner sources faster and at a greater volume than would be expected without the regulation.
The province of British Columbia released a statement announcing that two-thirds of provincial river basins are in drought level 4 or 5, urging water conservation practices across the province. BC Energy Regulator has taken measures to expand water suspensions to multiple watersheds, and more protection orders to water licensees may be imminent if drought conditions worsen.
The AER has strengthened regulation for borrow pits water use to better consider implications for groundwater withdrawal. Learn more