CEA News

  To all CEA staf, friends, supporters, and partners! As most of you know, Miles Phillips was killed in a tragic car crash on January 23 leaving behind his wife and two daughters....
The Town of Ladysmith was carbon neutral in 2012 thanks to its purchase of 365 tonnes of community carbon credits through Community Carbon Marketplace (CCM), a homegrown community-based alternative...
Cowichan Energy Alternatives has been approved as a 1% for the Planet Non-Profit Partner Currently, over 1,300 businesses worldwide make up the 1% for the Planet membership, pledging that...
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CEA is excited to announce the pilot for the Community Carbon Marketplace! Following support from the City of Duncan, CEA is currently calling for local organizations to let us know about their...
March 2011 Read how the Cowichan Recyclists used biodiesel from our Cowichan Bio-Diesel Co-op partners to fuel Duncan's new curbside compost program to drop off 1,250 bins!
January 2011 CEA moved into our new facilities at Bing's Creek! Read about how we're heating the oil using a solar hot water heater on Solar BC's website.
November 2010 The Bio-Diesel Cardlock opened in November of 2010. It's located at Cowichan Petroleum Services, 2999 Allenby Road in Duncan.
March 2010 Cowichan Valley companies now have a local organization – the CEA - to turn to for measuring their Carbon Footprint and quantifying their Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG). Certified...
February 2010 Society President Miles Phillips has become one of only 100 individuals worldwide to be certified to do Green House Gas (GHG) Inventory Quantification through the Canadian Standards...

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