On June 11, Smart Prosperity Institute hosted an expert discussion on the topic of how to build durability and “stickiness” into our climate policies. Having climate policies that are durable and predictable is crucial to attract the investment and stimulate the innovation needed to support a transition to a low-carbon economy. This event convened leading academic, ENGO, business and government partners from around the world to explore lessons learned about policy durability from experiences in Canada, the US and the EU.


Stewart Elgie on “Opportunities for building “stickiness” in Canadian climate policy”


Ben Cashore on “What do we know about options for building durability/stickiness into climate policy?”