As Connected, Automated, Shared, and Electric technologies (the CASE platform) are further introduced, what will be the impact on the workforce in the automobile aftermarket? This report presents options and recommendations.
This report examines the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change and where competitive risks to Canadian firms may come from.
This is the first briefing in a series on how the transition to a clean energy growth economy with lower GHG emissions will be financed.
What does a low-carbon economy look like from the viewpoint of consumers? This report discusses consumer opinions and trends, and key insights from a Conference Board of Canada survey.
This report looks at the carbon pricing policies and systems across Canada.
This briefing reviews carbon leakage to examine what it is, how it is measured, why it matters, and how Canada has approached this theme to date.
Environment and Climate Change Canada is considering the introduction of a Clean Fuel Standard (CFS) This briefing advocates retaining a minimum blend mandate, ensuring that the role of ethanol is strengthened and its benefits extended.
This analysis studies three distinct policy measures—the impact of a carbon price and a shift in the electricity generation mix, the impact of substantially decarbonizing our electricity generation sector, and the impact of investments that will allow Canada to reduce its emissions by 60 per cent by 2050.
This report provides an overview of available national and provincial energy efficiency potential studies to assist in assessing the remaining energy efficiency potential in Canada.
This report quantifies the potential economic and labour market impacts that would occur in British Columbia, resulting from a 30 million tonnes per annum liquefied natural gas industry.
This report provides an evidence-based view of the contribution that road transportation might practically make to achieve the “80 by 50” greenhouse gas emissions reduction target in Canada.
This report examines several of the challenges facing electricity generators in five provinces: Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec. Alberta and Saskatchewan are the primary focus of the report.