Canada needs to plan for a steep decline in oil demand, or risk getting left behind
Governments and oil firms need to start planning today for a future in which oil is not an economic driver of Canadian prosperity.
Canada is highly exposed to the impacts of the climate crisis, a crisis driven by fossil fuel production and use. Leading international energy analysis has also documented that in a world that avoids dangerous climate change there is no need to develop any new oil and gas reserves, write Aaron Cosbey and Angela Carter. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay