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Goal: Governments across Canada must slash greenhouse gas emissions by pricing carbon pollution. Goal: By 2050, the majority of Canada’s passenger transportation systems must be powered either by clean electricity or renewable liquid fuels. Goal: By 2050, Canada must be overwhelmingly powered by clean and renewable energy sources—wind, solar, water, biomass, and the heat of the Earth—instead of fossil fuels. Our Mission: We build awareness of, and support for, solutions that address climate disruption and foster an energy efficient, environmentally responsible, and prosperous economy.

Media Statement: Alberta Takes Positive First Steps Toward Greater Climate Action

Solar Power Isn’t Perfect, But It’s the Best We’ve Got

Media Statement: G7 Leaders Agree to Phase Out Fossil Fuels by 2100

Take it from B.C. The Carbon Tax is Something to Get Pumped Up About

Media Statement: British Columbia Recommits to Clean Fuel Standard

Debunking the “Clean Energy Jobs Vs. Oil Sands Jobs” Controversy

Photo Essay: The Refinery of Tomorrow Rises in Quebec

: Household waste and landfill gas fuel trucking in Eastern Canada.

Photo Essay: Inside the Black Tower

: Backstage at a wind tower manufacturing plant

A five year look of clean energy investment in Canada

Global Clean Energy Investment Bounces Back, Beats Expectations

Canadians clearing the path for more Electric Vehicles

Expanding Canadian Renewable Energy

Since 2000, new wind turbines have contributed to more than half of the total increase in renewable energy capacity.

Why Texas Beats Alberta With Wind Energy

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