Much of the conversation in 2019 in politics regarding climate change revolved around carbon pricing and its effectiveness on combatting the realistic threat that Canada and the world faces from rising temperatures. This, coupled with the conversations on Trans Mountain pipeline, unfortunately took most of the oxygen away from conversations about how to spark growth in Canada’s growing clean technology sector. This is an industry that should be positioned to take advantage of a global clean technology market which is expected to exceed $2.5-trillion by 2022. Canada’s Economic Strategy Tables have also set an ambitious goal for clean technology to be one of our top five exporting industries by 2025, accounting for $20-billion in annual exports.
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