What Canada needs now is a race to the front of the pack on climate action. All provinces and territories can and should do more to reduce their emissions.
With the phase-out of coal power announced by the province in November 2015, Albertans stand to avoid significant health impacts caused by coal pollution.
In this note we detail an opportunity for Canada to demonstrate leadership in the transportation sector by supporting the development of North America’s first low carbon highway.
This Pembina Institute infographic outlines the potential environmental impacts of the $36-billion PNW LNG project in the context of B.C.'s new climate plan, released on August 19.
The Pembina Institute recommends that the Environmental Certificate for the PNW LNG project be rejected.
Retrofits on two B.C. buildings reduced energy consumption and greatly improved comfort.
The political and fiscal landscape shifted dramatically over the past year and we are moving forward on high-impact climate and energy solutions together.
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