A clean fuel standard can play an important role in the policy package needed to transition to a low-carbon economy.
A well-designed low carbon fuel standard (LCFS) can play an important role in the policy package needed to transition to a low-carbon economy.
Fuel use represents a major source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Canada, with fuel use in the transportation sector alone accounting for more than a quarter of Canada’s emissions.
This report, on methods for measuring the economic benefits of CEPs, is to help Community Energy Managers make informed choices when initiating economic analysis of their CEPs.
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This webinar was presented on April 13, 2017 by Sara Jane O'Neill, Senior Research Associate at Smart Prosperity Institute.
This webinar was presented by Michelle Brownlee, Director, Policy at Smart Prosperity Institute
This presentation was given by Michelle Brownlee, Director, Policy at Smart Prosperity Institute, for a webinar on April 12, 2017.
Accelerating clean innovation can help meet environmental commitments as well as secure competitive economic advantages that grow the economy and create jobs.
Remarks by Director of Policy Michelle Brownlee, sharing findings of Smart Prosperity Institute’s research on clean innovation in Canada.
This presentation was given by Sara Jane O'Neill, Senior Research Associate at Smart Prosperity Institute, for a webinar on March 2, 2017.
This report discusses the strengths and weaknesses of each type of productivity measure from theoretical and methodological perspectives.
Smart Prosperity Institute has partnered with Canadian Public Policy journal to create a special issue that captures the ideas and discussion generated at the Big Ideas conference.
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