This report undertakes a comparative analysis of the provincial and federal carbon pricing approaches to reduce emissions from heavy emitters.
All jurisdictions need to ratchet up their ambition if Canada’s economy is to be decarbonized by mid-century.
As businesses committed to acting on climate change, we commend the government for its willingness to be accountable for its climate action promises.
By strengthening the Climate Change Accountability Act with first-of-its-kind legislation in North America, the B.C. government is showing real leadership in responding to the climate emergency.
In February 2020, the Pembina Institute will host a forum to catalyze how urban freight can be differently managed in our cities, both now and in the future.
The Pembina Institute will give a presentation about the Affordable Housing Renewal project on Day 1 (November 17) of the Housing Central Conference.
Betsy Agar, senior analyst for buildings and urban solutions at the Pembina Institute, will speak at the 2019 Climate Leaders Institute.
Maddy Ewing, analyst on Pembina's transportation and urban solutions team will be presenting on the panel "Sustainable Freight Transportation".
A majority of Canadian voters expect their federal government to do even more to fight climate change, including setting politics aside to co-operate with each other to bring the best ideas forward in the interest of all Canadians.