Canada needs a roadmap to show how to get to net zero by 2050
Unlike Canada, the rest of the world isn’t content with the status quo—governments and the private sector everywhere are taking greater action on climate change and setting increasingly ambitious commitments for carbon emission reductions.
Governments use Canada Energy Regulator's scenarios to make decisions about public policy. Their analysis is critical, writes Dale Marshall. Strangely, the CER's Energy Futures report does not estimate carbon emissions for Canada for any of its scenarios. It is a shocking omission when climate change should be the major consideration in any decisions regarding energy development Photograph courtesy of Pixabay