Actions to reduce emissions
Making Canada’s building sector more energy efficient is a cost-effective way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and save households and businesses money.
Building a smart, integrated clean electricity system will deliver reliable and affordable power, where it is needed.
- Powering our future with clean electricity
- Reducing reliance on diesel
- Just Transition for Canadian coal power workers and communities
Forestry, agriculture and waste
Canada’s forests, wetlands, and croplands can absorb and store atmospheric carbon. Repurposing wastes as fuel, where possible, can also reduce emissions.
Canada’s industries are the backbone of our economy, but are also a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. The right investments today can make dramatic changes to reduce emissions and increase sustainability.
- Competitive, clean Canadian industries
- Technical backgrounder: proposed federal methane regulations for the oil and gas sector
Short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs)
Canada’s plan for addressing short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) will help meet climate goals and improve air quality.
With smart and strategic investments in transportation, we will not only grow a cleaner economy and create good jobs, we will improve our quality of life.
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