Emissions from oil and gas, buildings undercut Canada’s climate progress, estimate finds

New independent estimate shows Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions rose 2 per cent in 2022 from previous year

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INSIGHT: Emissions from oil and gas production and buildings accounted for nearly 72 per cent of the total emissions increase in 2022

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Call for submissions: Indigenous Perspectives case studies

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Data-driven insights tracking Canada’s climate policy progress



  • Canada can’t reconcile climate change without reconciling with Indigenous Peoples and the Land

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  • An energy-sector transition to net zero that’s fair to all

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    Understanding the proposed Clean Electricity Regulations (part 1)

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  • Why uncertainty regarding the value of future carbon credits is a policy problem that needs solving

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  • How carbon contracts for difference can bring certainty to credit prices — without breaking the bank

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  • How to avoid creating incentives for provinces and territories to weaken rather than strengthen output-based pricing system

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