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The Pembina Institute is an independent, not-for-profit environmental policy research and education organization. The Pembina Institute's major policy research and education programs are in the areas of sustainable energy, climate change, environmental governance, ecological fiscal reform, sustainability indicators, and the environmental impacts of the energy industry.

Pembina Institute et al.'s Recent Publications

Protecting our Common Future An assessment of Canada’s fast-start climate financing

Publication Oct. 28, 2013- By Pembina Institute et al.

This report reviews Canada’s 2010-2012 fast-start financing of initiatives in developing countries to address the impacts of climate change.

The case against the proposed Shell Jackpine oilsands mine expansion

Publication Oct. 22, 2012- By Pembina Institute et al.

A joint federal and provincial review panel will conduct hearings this fall into a proposal to expand Shell Canada’s Jackpine oilsands mine. The Pembina Institute is opposing the project as a member of the Oil Sands Environmental Coalition (OSEC).

The Pembina Institute's concerns about the proposed Jackpine mine expansion include impacts to wildlife, wetlands and forests, air quality, acid deposition, water use and climate change.

Oilsands Performance Metrics Summary Report

Publication July 11, 2011- By Pembina Institute et al.

The Oilsands Performance Metrics Summary Report summarizes input on audiences and design principles from 60 thought leaders who attended the Oilsands Metrics Thought Leader Forum on May 3, 2011 in Calgary, Alberta.

Harvesting clean energy on Ontario farms A transatlantic comparison

Publication June 27, 2011- By Tim Weis, Pembina Institute et al., Kristi Anderson

This report explores significant opportunities for Ontario farmers to benefit from investments in renewable energy on their farms.

Written in collaboration with the Pembina Institute, the Heinrich Boell Foundation, the United Church of Canada and Climate Action Network Canada, the report makes a trans-Atlantic comparison between Germany and Ontario, examining ways in which Ontario farmers could benefit from Ontario clean energy policies and incentives.

Election 2011 survey on the environment Where do the main political parties stand on environmental issues?

Publication April 18, 2011- By Pembina Institute et al.

A group of Canadian environmental organizations asked the five main federal political parties to respond to 10 questions on key environmental issues. This document presents the verbatim responses from the four parties that responded — the Liberal Party, the NDP, the Bloc Québecois and the Green Party. 


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