Ontario’s modern Renewable Fuel StandardSubmission to the discussion paper

Publication - March 22, 2017 - By Dianne Zimmerman

Changing how people and goods move — including by what mode, with what fuel and how far — is necessary to reduce transportation emissions and achieve Ontario’s climate change goals. These changes can and should be driven by a combination of policies and regulations, incentives, smart urban planning and private and public investments in clean technologies.

We are pleased for the opportunity to submit to the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) discussion paper, Developing a Modern Renewable Fuel Standard for Gasoline in Ontario.


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