On February 3, Clean Energy Canada and the Pembina Institute hosted a live webinar about B.C.'s climate plan.

B.C.’s carbon pollution and the 2017 election Presented by the Pembina Institute and Clean Energy Canada

Feb. 3, 2017 12:00pm PACIFIC TIME webinar - Public event

Clean Energy Canada and the Pembina Institute hosted a public online forum about the state of British Columbia’s climate policies on February 3.

The one-hour event featured guest speakers from the City of Vancouver, Thompson Rivers University, and National Observer, who shared their perspectives on climate action in the province. A Q&A session followed.

We also outlined the results of the first independent assessment of B.C.’s climate plan in combination with the federal government’s carbon price schedule. (Navius Research prepared the analysis for the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions, Pembina Institute, and Clean Energy Canada.)

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B.C.'s Carbon Pollution and the 2017 Election on YouTube


Media coverage


  • Andrea Reimer, councillor, City of Vancouver
  • Joel Wood, assistant professor, School of Business and Economics, Thompson Rivers University
  • Elizabeth McSheffrey, senior national reporter, National Observer
  • Jeremy Moorhouse, senior analyst, Clean Energy Canada


  • Josha MacNab, B.C. director, Pembina Institute

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* The green line (reference case) shows projected carbon pollution before accounting for the policies in the Climate Leadership Plan and the federal carbon price schedule. The blue line (B.C. climate plan & federal carbon price) shows projected carbon pollution with those policies included. Chart: PICS/Pembina Institute/CEC

Report: Modelling the Impact of the Climate Leadership Plan & Federal Carbon Price on B.C.’s Emissions

Media release: B.C. climate plan leaves massive gap to carbon pollution targets

Blog: B.C.’s latest climate plan fails its most important test


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