Research by Len Coad

Len Coad

Len Coad, Senior Environment Expert
Len Coad is Research Director, Public Policy for the Conference Board of Canada. Len first joined the Conference Board of Canada in 2006. His duties include managing research projects related to energy and environment themes. Len's current focus areas include climate change, climate change

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Ce rapport dresse un état des lieux actuel et historique de la chaîne d’approvisionnement et propose des perspectives de marché générales pour l’industrie du propane canadien jusqu’en...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 57 pages | January 2019 | by Carlos A. Murillo, Ovo Adagha, Len Coad, Greg Sutherland
This report takes stock of the current and historical supply chain landscape and provides a broad market outlook for Canada’s propane to 2025.
The Conference Board of Canada | 52 pages | December 2018 | by Carlos A. Murillo, Ovo Adagha, Len Coad, Greg Sutherland
This report examines evidence that suggests Canada needs to accelerate the pace of change aggressively for road freight emissions to contribute a proportional share of greenhouse...
The Conference Board of Canada | 80 pages | April 2018 | by Len Coad
Ce rapport examine des données selon lesquelles le Canada doit nettement accélérer le changement pour que le fret routier fasse sa part dans la réduction des émissions de GES...
The Conference Board of Canada | 84 pages | April 2018 | by Len Coad
Carbon Leakage and Canadian Climate Policy reviews carbon leakage to examine what it is, how it is measured, why it matters, and how Canada has approached this theme to date.
The Conference Board of Canada | 24 pages | November 2017 | by Len Coad
L’auteur de ce document se penche sur le problème de la fuite de carbone et explique de quoi il s’agit, comment cette fuite est mesurée, pourquoi ce problème est important...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 26 pages | November 2017 | by Len Coad
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...
The Conference Board of Canada | 26 pages | September 2017 | by Len Coad, Gerry Angevine
Environnement et changement climatique Canada envisage l’adoption d’une norme sur les carburants propres. Cette note de recherche recommande de garder des exigences...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 30 pages | September 2017 | by Len Coad, Gerry Angevine
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...
The Conference Board of Canada | 97 pages | September 2017 | by Len Coad, Robyn Gibbard, Alicia Macdonald, Matthew Stewart
Notre analyse porte sur les incidences de trois politiques distinctes : la tarification du carbone et la modification du bouquet de production électrique, une décarbonisation...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 14 pages | September 2017 | by Len Coad, Robyn Gibbard, Alicia Macdonald, Matthew Stewart
Canadian exports bound for Europe and Asia are increasing. This report explores whether or not Canada's rail-to-marine networks will be able to accommodate forecasted growth in...
The Conference Board of Canada | 144 pages | April 2016 | by Len Coad, James Knowles, Allison Robins, Vijay Gill, Vincent Lauerman
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...
The Conference Board of Canada | 172 pages | November 2015 | by Allison Robins, James Knowles, Len Coad
This report assesses the potential economic impact, in terms of GDP growth and job creation, of investment in electricity infrastructure in Canada between 2011 and 2030.
The Conference Board of Canada | 24 pages | February 2012 | by Len Coad, Todd A. Crawford, Alicia Macdonald
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