Canadians have the resources, ideas, and skills we need to grow our clean energy sector, fight climate change, and thrive in the decades ahead.
The bad news
Flooding will become the new normal. 1-in-100-year flood events in Toronto and Montreal are expected to become 1-in-15-year events.
Wildfires are getting worse. The 2017, 2018 and 2021 wildfire seasons were the worst on record in B.C.
74 people died in the Quebec heatwave in 2018, an event scientists say would have been impossible without climate change.
The good news
We can lessen the impacts of climate change while benefiting Canadians.
Canada’s clean energy sector already employs 430,500 people.
By 2030, that number is projected to grow almost 50% to 639,200.
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