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Roundtable Discussion: "A Reassessment: Von Humboldt and 19th Century Liberal Philosophy" at Massey College
The Appleton Foundation has assisted in the sponsorship of a Roundtable Discussion at Massey College, Toronto entitled “A Reassessment: Von Humboldt and 19th Century Liberal Philosophy”. The event is held in conjunction with Appleton Foundation’s sponsorship of the May 2015 re-release of Wilhelm von Humboldt and German Liberalism by John Roberts.
06|01|15

New York Timesby John Lorinc - "Canada Climate and Trade"
In an interview, Barry Appleton describes the climate treaty negotiations and the climate legislation pending in the U.S. Congress (known as the "Waxman Markey Bill")

18|12|09

Appleton Foundation at the Copenhagen COP 15 Summit
Appleton Foundation National Director, Barry Appleton represented the GreenApple project and attended the 2009 UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen (COP 15). Mr. Appleton was able to meet with national climate change negotiators from the United States, Brazil, India, Indonesia and island nations such as Pulau, business leaders and social entrepreneurs in discussions surrounding the challenges faced climate change.
07|12|09

GreenApple Canada 2008 Ranking Report released
This year's report updates the progress made in sustainable urban transportation policies within Canada's 27 largest urban areas.

12|11|08

Appleton Foundation attends 2008 Clinton Global Initiative
The Appleton Foundation attended the CGI exchange at the CGI Annual Meeting in New York City to showcase the GreenApple Canada 2007 Ranking Report. The Appleton Foundation presented their report, shared experiences in producing the report, as well as promoted the US GreenApple report by inviting interested stakeholders to form partnerships to produce a US report.
22|09|08

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We're pedalling along quite nicely, but haven't caught up to Victoria
The article focuses on the release of the GreenApple Canada 2008 SMART Transportation Ranking Report. In particular, the fact that Montreal has risen to fourth place in the 2008 Rankings, one spot above Toronto because it reduced its carbon monoxide levels and introduced alternative fuel vehicles within its municipal fleet.
Montreal Gazette: CanWest
13|11|08

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