A new report on U.S. decarbonization from the Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project, shows how the world’s biggest emitters can jump on a pathway to put the world on track to limit global average temperature rise to 2 degrees Celsius. To read a concise summary, click here.
This ppt presentation by Dr. Deborah de Lange from Ryerson University shows how Canada can transition to 100% renewables by 2050. We have the knowledge, we have the technology, what we now need is bold political leadership to ensure Canada remains a key player, economically, socially and ecologically, in the new world that is now emerging. The province of BC is already a leader in climate change adaptation and mitigation by local governments, as a result of enlightened provincial policy innovation, so we even have a template for governance arrangements in place.