Canada’s Challenge and Opportunity: Transformations for Major Reductions in GHG Emissions
David Suzuki Foundation and partners
Partners: Canadian Academy of Engineering
Climate solutions policy and regulation, greenhouse gas emissions, decarbonization, Trottier Energy Futures Project
The Trottier Energy Futures Project presents an innovative and rigorous modelling analysis of the existing potential for Canada to meet the target of reducing GHG emissions by 80 per cent below 1990 levels by 2050. This project was undertaken in partnership with the Canadian Academy of Engineers and supported by the Trottier Family Foundation.
Trottier Energy Futures Project: Greenhouse Gas Emissions from the Canadian Oil and Gas Sector
This report uses the Canadian Energy Systems Simulator model to provide estimates of current and future energy use and greenhouse gas emissions.
Low-Carbon Energy Futures: A Review of National Scenarios
The Trottier Energy Futures Project summarizes common themes in leading greenhouse gas reduction strategies for eight countries: Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Sweden, UK and USA.