Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions profile is changing. What does this mean for Canada’s economy, provinces, industries and citizens? On April 11–12, 2017, experts from across Canada and the world gathered to share their insights on how to proactively manage the transition to a low carbon growth path.
The Conference Board of Canada has undertaken a major study on how to de-carbonize Canada’s economy over the next 35 years. The study introduces more evidence-based work into what has largely been, until now, high-level commentary. The results of this study were released for the first time at this event, forming a key part of the agenda and discussion.
This inaugural event was an opportunity to learn from, and network with, industry experts, government leaders and strategic thinkers with expertise on carbon management and reduction as they relate to planning, policy and practice. Attendees gained a variety of insights on what Canada’s low carbon growth path might look like and had the opportunity to consider with experts, the implications for industry, all levels of government and the Canadian public at large.
We’d like to thank our generous sponsors for their contribution to this event.