Janelle Lee, transportation and urban solutions analyst, will present the findings from our latest report, Delivering ‘Last-Mile’ Solutions: A feasibility analysis of microhubs and cyclelogistics in the GTHA.
Canada’s clean fuel standard should be celebrated as a measured and orderly approach to a necessary energy transition.
In this report, we conduct a cross-Canada scan to evaluate the current policy environment for community-led projects in each province and territory with remote Indigenous communities.
Remote Indigenous communities across Canada are gaining momentum in the shift away from reliance on diesel.
The Pembina Institute, formed by Albertans following a deadly sour gas explosion, has a 35-year history of working with the oil and gas industry and all levels of government to improve environmental performance and promote greater transparency for the benefit of industry, the environment, and all Canadians.
Output-based carbon pricing system incentivizes innovation, provides certainty for industry (media release)
We applaud the federal government on finalizing the design of the carbon pollution pricing system for large emitters in a way that incentivizes Canada’s heavy industry to innovate and reduce emissions while protecting competitiveness in international markets.
"With transportation making up a quarter of Canada’s total emissions, strong action in the sector is critical to meet climate targets and ensure cleaner air now and for future generations."
Five minutes. That’s all it takes to get a grip on the numbers you need to know to assess political parties’ plans to lower greenhouse gas emissions here in Canada. Are we moving in the right direction? The numbers don’t lie — and the data may surprise you.
The Pembina Institute’s new report identifies solutions, including implementation of delivery hubs and adoption of lower-carbon modes of transportation like cargo cycles and electric delivery vans, that will make urban deliveries more efficient while driving down carbon emissions.
This report focuses on two emerging operating models that are being integrated into the goods movement network in North American and European cities to improve the efficiency of deliveries in congested urban areas: delivery microhubs and cyclelogistics.
The Pembina Institute is proud to announce Rylan Urban is the winner of our 2019 Youth Energy Policy Design competition.