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Mark Jaccard

Mark Jaccard is a professor of sustainable energy at Simon Fraser University in B.C.  He has helped many governments with climate-energy policy. He is a member of the Royal Society of Canada and his earlier book, Sustainable Fossil Fuels won the Donner Prize. His book, The Citizen's Guide to Climate Success: Overcoming Myths That Hinder Progress has been nominated for the 2020 Donner Prize, the best public policy book in Canada. 

FeatureBY MARK JACCARD | May 10, 2021
Author Mark Jaccard: 'Fortunately, we can eliminate GHG emissions without destroying our economy or completely transforming our behaviour and economic system. We just need to stop the open burning of coal, oil products, and natural gas. But for that to happen, we need more climate-concerned citizens to see this simple truth—and that is why I wrote this book.' Photograph courtesy of Cambridge University Press
FeatureBY MARK JACCARD | May 10, 2021
FeatureBY MARK JACCARD | May 10, 2021
Author Mark Jaccard: 'Fortunately, we can eliminate GHG emissions without destroying our economy or completely transforming our behaviour and economic system. We just need to stop the open burning of coal, oil products, and natural gas. But for that to happen, we need more climate-concerned citizens to see this simple truth—and that is why I wrote this book.' Photograph courtesy of Cambridge University Press