Electric federalism offers a way for Ottawa to facilitate a safer and more competitive future for the country—without encroaching on provincial jurisdiction.
Locking out carbon lock-in (Part I)
Locking out carbon lock-in (Part II)
Data-driven insights tracking Canada’s climate policy progress
Ontario’s proposed clean energy credits are hot air.Read more
Climate change progress in 2023Read more
No, Canada cannot get credit for its low-carbon exportsRead more
Why Canada’s economic forecasts must factor in climate changeRead more
Meet 440 MegatonnesRead more
Responding to the Inflation Reduction Act: What are Canada’s options?Read more
Indigenous Perspectives case studies
ʔuyaasiłaƛ n̓aas, or Something happened to the weather
A Two-Roads Approach to Co-Reclamation: Centring Indigenous voices and leadership in Canada’s energy transition￼
The Bagida’waad Alliance: Finding our way in the fog and charting a new course
The Costs of Climate Change
A series of reports assessing the costs of accelerating climate damages—and what we can do about them.
Safe bets and wild cards
How can Canada achieve net zero by 2050? We analyzed over 60 possible scenarios and identified safe bets and wild cards.