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Emissions from oil and gas, buildings undercut Canada’s climate progress

Our Early Estimate of National Emissions for 2022 showed a trend of rising emissions from upstream oil and gas and the buildings sector, with greenhouse gas emissions rising by 2.1 per cent or 14.2 megatonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (Mt CO2e) from 2021.

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Calculating emissions intensity across the economy

September 14, 2023

New data show the most emissions-intensive sectors in Canada across Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions.

Strong methane regulations make the oil and gas emissions cap easier and cheaper

August 31, 2023

Cost-effective methane reductions can do a third of the work required to align the oil and gas sector with Canada’s 2030 target.

The solution to volatile energy prices? Switching to clean electricity 

August 14, 2023

The switch from fossil fuels to clean electricity can buffer Canadians from energy price shocks.

How to align public finance with Canada’s climate goals

July 27, 2023

Canada’s Crown corporations have been gradually shifting to clean investments, but there are ways to make better bets with public funds.


Early Estimates of National Emissions

Corporate Climate Commitment Tracker