Room for Both: Realizing a Future with Sustainable Economies and Healthy Caribou Populations
Examples of how and where caribou conservation and industry can co-exist and areas where caribou habitat restoration can contribute to a viable economy in Canada.
Comments on the Draft Equivalency Agreement for the B.C. Methane Regulations
Cutting methane emissions benefits human health and would dramatically reduce B.C.’s contribution to climate change. Setting strong standards for effective methane regulations in B.C. is particularly important as the province significantly increases fracking for natural gas. These recommendations would strengthen B.C.’s methane regulations if adopted.
Zeroing in on Emissions: Canada’s Clean Power Pathways – A Review
How can we transition Canada’s energy system at a scope, scale and speed commensurate with the scientific consensus on climate breakdown? This report highlights ten technically feasible strategies, actions and considerations.
Charging Forward: A Blueprint for Clean and Affordable Electric Cars in British Columbia
In December 2018, the Government of British Columbia announced North America’s most progressive zero-emission vehicle standard, as part of the CleanBC climate plan. This submission provides recommendations to the government on how the zero-emission vehicle standard could be designed for maximum impact.