As the largest contributor to Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions, Alberta’s industrial strategy will play a crucial role in helping the country achieve its 2030 and 2050 Paris emissions targets, says a new report from the Business Council of Alberta.
Topic: Paris Agreement
The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, which manages the CPP’s $420-billion portfolio, should immediately divest from all fossil fuel holdings in response to the climate emergency and to reduce financial risk for current and future CPP recipients, says the lead author of a Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives report.
G7 Leaders have committed to act on key issues brought to their attention by the science, technology and innovation (STI) community, particularly around artificial intelligence (AI) and climate change. However, the US stayed away from any further climate change commitments, while Canada’s STI stakeholders are asking for action beyond signatures on a piece of paper.