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Exploring Canada’s changing energy landscape: renewable energy potential, reserves, infrastructure and sustainable energy innovation.

Click here to see full illustration of Bree and Hailey Hollinsworth's climate innovation story. (Illustration: Paul Robert)

This eco-friendly clothing company started by young Canadian sisters Bree and Hailey Hollinsworth, is quickly becoming one of the country’s sustainability superstars

As global climate talks kicked off in Paris Monday, discussion about Canada's energy mix was taking place closer to home.

Chart: Canadian Council on Renewable Electricity

Chart: Canadian Council on Renewable Electricity
Charts from Canadian emission-cutting strategies developed by The Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project.

Sandra Winkler, photographed here at the 2015 Canadian Energy Summit in Toronto, is one of three authors of the World Energy Trilemma that was released on May 27, 2015. (Photo: Peter Power/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Peter Power/Canadian Geographic
More than 2,500 industry and policy leaders were involved in the report, which identified five "policy enablers" to transition to a low-carbon energy system.

Chris Henderson, President Lumos Energy, right, speaks during a panel discussion at the 2015 Canadian Energy Summit. The other panel members are, left to right, André Morriseau, from the Canada Council for Aboriginal Business, Jim Leonard, Chief Rainy River First Nations, and Felipe Pinel, CEO of BrookfieldRenewable Energy Group, North America. (Photo: Peter Power/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Peter Power/Canadian Geographic

The Honourable Perrin Beatty, President and CEO, Canadian Chamber of Commerce, at the 2015 Canadian Energy Summit in Toronto on May 27, 2015. (Photo: Peter Power/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Peter Power/Canadian Geographic
How has Ontario's green energy shift affected the province? What have been the effects of oil prices' decline in Canada? Perrin Beatty weighs in.

Céline Bak, President, Analytica Advisors, at the 2015 Canadian Energy Summit in Toronto, Ontario on May 27, 2015. (Photo: Peter Power/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Peter Power/Canadian Geographic

This photo of a pumpjack silhouetted against the Northern Lights was a category winner inCanadian Geographic's Canada's Energy Photo Contest. (Photo: Andrea Clarke)

Photo: Andrea Clarke

Have you ever tracked your trash? What do you think you would find? (Photo: Susan Brentnall/Classroom Energy Diet Challenge)

Photo: Susan Brentnall/Classroom Energy Diet Challenge
Make every day Earth Day with these four environmental tips, compliments of the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge

This radically green abode has it all covered. Meet the MacGyver of net-zero homes.

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