3 edition of Climate change and the Canadian energy sector found in the catalog.
Climate change and the Canadian energy sector
Ema. Manirula KДЃdera MirjДЃ
by Adaptation & Impacts Research, Meteorological Service of Canada, Environment Canada in Downsview, Ont
Written in English
|Other titles||Changements climatiques et les secteur de l"énergie du Canada|
|Statement||M. Monirul Qader Mirza.|
|Contributions||Meteorological Service of Canada. Atmospheric and Climate Science Directorate. Adaptation and Impacts Research Group.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 52, 52, vi p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
Climate Risks & Adaptation Practices for the Canadian Transportation Sector (co-led by Transport Canada) presents the current state of knowledge about climate risks to the Canadian transportation sector, and identifies existing or potential adaptation practices. The report includes six regional chapters and one urban chapter which reflect the different climate change impacts. Get this from a library! Climate change and the Canadian energy sector: implications for labour and trade unions. [John Calvert; Marjorie Griffin Cohen; Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.].
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The oil and gas industry considers climate change a very important issue and is engaging constructively to address this complex global challenge. United States climate policy must recognize the vital role of petroleum products in modern society, and the many benefits that oil and natural gas provide our nation and the world.
the energy sector to review priorities in relation to these three topics and inform recommendations for future CEM activities on climate change adaptation. In response to this directive, the “Climate Change Adaptation in the Canadian Energy Sector” workshop was held on June 19 and 20 in Toronto.
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Canada’s oil and natural gas resources are among the most responsibly produced energy sources on the planet, under the most stringent environmental regulations in the world. The Canadian energy sector, and energy sectors around the world, are currently in a period of rapid transformation that must include meaningful responses to climate change.
Canada, as one of the world’s more energy intensive nations, is expected to implement “deep decarbonisation” solutions to reduce carbon emissions by up to 60% (Potvin. 6 hours ago This isn’t just about the energy sector.
We need far greater disclosure across all aspects of the Canadian economy. Disclosing on climate change should be seen not as a burden but as an opportunity to prepare for the future – one that companies and investors around the world are increasingly adopting.
The Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, on behalf of the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, today announced support of more than $, for three energy efficiency and climate change projects.
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Climate Change and the Private Sector explores the challenges of transforming our energy infrastructure to become carbon neutral and adapting to climate change in the twenty-first century.
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Climate adaptation considerations must be part of this infrastructure renewal process. Like other sectors of the Canadian economy, the electricity sector has.
threats from climate change to those pushing for proactive management of assets and key components of global supply chains. Within these supply chains, the transportation sector plays a critical role in enabling and guiding climate change adaptation strategies worldwide. Both in. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is going all in on climate change with promises to eliminate carbon from the electricity supply by and for net zero carbon emissions economy-wide no.
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for Canada’s energy sector, extra. The Bank of Canada has a mandate to “promote the economic and financial welfare of Canada,” primarily through the conduct of monetary policy and promotion of a safe, sound and efficient financial system.
Understanding the macroeconomic and financial system impacts of climate change and the transition to a low-carbon economy is therefore a priority for the Bank.12 hours ago Carol Hansell, "Putting Climate Change Risk on the Boardroom Table," Legal Opinion published on J at Canadian Securities Administrators, "CSA Staff Notice Reporting of Climate Change-related Risks," August 1, This book explores current developments in the African energy sector and highlights how these are likely to be affected by the ongoing global efforts to transition to a low-carbon economy.
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