The Regenerative Business Prize is an international competition of which Borealis is one of 3 Canadian companies who made it through the nomination process to be listed as a Quarter finalist.
The award is given to a business in pursuit of a Regenerative Business Paradigm as articulated in the seven “First Principles” of Regeneration. Regeneration is being tested and embedded in many professions, industries, and communities.
Businesses from farming to architecture, to mindfulness; from furniture design to fashion to engaging capital to communities around the world; from Amsterdam to Uganda to Chile it is the evolution of how life works as the source of creating health and wealth are learning to work regeneratively.
To read more about the prize and to see the full list of nominees, click here.
DeSmog Canada recently visited Valemount to see first-hand the community that is trying to become Canada’s first geothermal village. Borealis has been working with the Valemount community to put together a plan to develop a renewable geothermal project to produce electricity, and equally importantly to also use the waste heat leftover to supply various business operations in and around Valemount. This heat will help grow and stabilize existing operations, as well as enable new businesses to sprout, like year-round greenhouses and fish farming. While in Valemount they also recorded video footage of their interviews and made a video.
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Come join Borealis Geopower at the Valemount’s Legion #266 Burger Night 5-9pm, August 12th.Borealis Geopower will be giving a short presentation from 6-6:30pm. This is a great chance to ask questions about the project. http://borealisgeopower.com/canoe-reach-geopark/
With 6 years of exploration work in the area, Borealis Geopower wants to talk to the community about the exciting next phase of the Canoe Reach Geothermal Energy Project.
Geothermal (or earth heat) energy is a clean, renewable source of both power and heat. It is proven technology that provides baseload (24 hours a day, 365 days a year) heat and power, has low to no emissions and one of the smallest environmental footprints of any power supply. Borealis Geopower has been actively exploring on our geothermal permit in the Canoe Reach area since 2010 and is excited to share our future plans for this innovative renewable energy project in your area.