As signatories of this letter we are asking the Alberta government to legislate the 30 per cent by 2030 target for renewables required to transition Alberta’s electricity supply mix away from coal.
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.
The political and fiscal landscape shifted dramatically over the past year and we are moving forward on high-impact climate and energy solutions together.
Carbon emissions intensity from overall oilsands extraction operations have increased by 25 per cent between 2004 and 2014.
In this FAQ we examine the commonly asked questions about Alberta’s carbon levy, which is seen by experts as the most effective, efficient and fair way to reduce emissions in the province, and the impact the levy will have on Albertans.
This FAQ is meant to dispel myths around renewable energy with hard facts about the impact of renewables.
This FAQ responds to claims put forward by critics of Alberta's Climate Leadership Plan on the impacts on electricity costs.
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