Talking Transition: Shaping Canada’s Clean Power Pathways
David Suzuki Foundation
Authored by: James Glave
Climate solutions energy, climate change, decarbonization, renewable energy, green and just recovery
Talking Transition captures insights from more than 150 energy stakeholders, as well as the views of Canadians from recent engagement, polls and focus groups, on how to reach zero emissions by 2050 or sooner.
The report includes three appendices:
- Fast Tracking Clean Power Survey;
- Perspectives on Clean Power Pathways – Survey Results, and;
- A review of relevant polling data, dialogues, and modelling studies.
The report offers insights for policymakers as they consider investments in the low-carbon infrastructure that is needed for decarbonization, electrification and a green recovery in Canada.
APPENDIX — Talking Transition 1: Fast Tracking Clean Power Survey
This 41-question survey was delivered in 2019 on behalf of Clean Power Pathways to gather energy stakeholder input on Canada’s energy transition, clean power technologies and enabling solutions and opportunities and barriers to the energy transition.
APPENDIX — Talking Transition 2: Perspectives on Clean Power Pathways
An analysis of survey results from more than 150 clean energy experts from across Canada on reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. These are valuable insights from those who are playing an important role in transitioning Canada’s energy system.