First Ministers Meeting on climate December 2016

OTTAWA—Clean Energy Canada released the following statement in response to the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change released today: QUOTES “For the first time, governments across Canada are working together to hit a national climate target. That’s real progress. “It took leadership from the federal government and many of the premiers to get today’s…

At a summit in Quebec City today hosted by Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, most of Canada’s provincial and territorial premiers signed a pledge to work to accelerate the transition to a lower-carbon economy and strengthen cooperation between provinces on greenhouse gas reductions, among other commitments. Today’s news of the Premiers’ pledge builds on a commitment made yesterday…

New Report Serves as Insider Handbook for Would-Be Climate Leaders As premiers from across Canada converge on Quebec City for a major climate summit, a new report lifts the lid on the policies, players, and politics of the province’s cap and trade carbon pricing system. Inside North America’s Largest Carbon Market: Top Lessons from the…

Electric cars are a great option for zipping around town, but it would take a prohibitive number of batteries to power a heavier-duty rig such as a long-haul transport truck. To keep these cargo haulers rolling far into the low-carbon future, we’re going to need renewable liquid fuels—and lots of them. Enter SÉMER, a state-of-the-art…

As Quebec’s thriving wind-power industry comes together for its annual conference, we asked longtime industry watcher Bernard Saulnier to give us a long-range forecast.

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