2017 Re-Energizing Canada: Pathways to a Low-Carbon Future  

In Fall 2016, Natural Resources Canada commissioned Sustainable Canada Dialogues to produce an independent, scholarly report on the transition to low-carbon energy. Re-Energizing Canada draws on data, peer-reviewed research and other relevant documents to explore the challenges and opportunities in achieving a low-carbon energy transition that will form the foundation of a sustainable future.

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2016 Rating Canada's Climate Policy: Sustainable Canada Dialogues reports on 2016 Progress

The close of the Marrakech Climate Conference (COP22) on November 18th 2016 presented an apt time to assess Canada's progress in implementing climate actions at home. Sustainable Canada Dialogues released Rating Canada’s Climate Policy, a progress report on the country’s climate actions between COP21 and COP22. Click below to find out more!

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2015 Acting on Climate Change: Extending the Dialogue Among Canadians

To broaden the discussion around climate solutions, Extending the Dialogue Among Canadians brings together voices from First Nations to business to private citizens to further the dialogue on Canadian climate solutions. Click below to find out more!

2015 Acting on Climate Change: Solutions from Canadian Scholars

Since its conception in 2014, Sustainable Canada Dialogues has striven to help inform Canadian climate policy. Solutions from Canadian Scholars is a consensus paper written by 60+ researchers of Sustainable Canada Dialogues, and identifies 10 key policy orientations for Canadian climate action. Click below to find out more!


Acting on Climate Change: Indigenous Innovations 

Indigenous Innovations aims to give visibility to existing, successful Indigenous climate and sustainability initiatives across Canada. It is a participatory project that seeks to forward cross-cultural learning on climate change mitigation and adaptation that makes meaningful progress towards Reconciliation in Canada, recognizing the leadership of Indigenous cultures with respect to sustainability as a key element of their relationship with the environment. Click below to find out more!

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