Keeping Canada Competitive: Comparing Canada’s Climate Change Performance to Other Countries
David Suzuki Foundation
Authored by: Doug Russell
Climate solutions greenhouse gas emissions, policy and regulation, climate change, decarbonization
This report reviews Canada’s performance in reducing emissions compared with other countries, and examines the implications of Canada’s failure to keep pace internationally.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY — Keeping Canada Competitive: Comparing Canada’s Climate Change Performance to other Countries
This is the executive summary of a report that reviews Canada's performance in reducing emissions compared with other countries, and examines the implications of Canada's failure to keep pace internationally.
Taking Charge: Personal Initiatives
The actions of individuals and communities do affect climate change. This report examines everything from personal purchasing habits, daily behaviour and lifestyle choices, to official community plans and growth strategies.
A Glimpse of Canada’s Future
This report was the Foundation's climate change primer. It explains how the greenhouse effect works, and how warmer global temperatures could change the social, economic and environmental fabric of Canada.
The Role of Government: A Briefing Paper to the Honourable Paul Martin, September 29, 1997
This report shows how government programs and Canada's economy are currently structured to encourage ever greater energy consumption, and therefore higher emissions of greenhouse gases. It proposes a new plan to meet Canada's emission-reduction targets.