Canada’s oil and gas industry has helped meet the evolving energy needs of Canadians for more than a century. As we continue exploring multiple pathways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reach Canada’s ambitious climate goals, there is tremendous opportunity for effective policy and a stable regulatory environment to further drive investment and innovation that give Canadians the ability to make choices that enable emissions reductions while meeting individual needs.
CRIN and the Canadian Fuels Association (CFA) invite you to join us on Tuesday, October 4 from 9-10:15 am (MT) for the third installment of our webinar series on Canadian climate policy. Our panel will share perspectives on the potential impacts of recent and proposed federal fuels and electricity regulations on a broad spectrum of stakeholders including municipalities/communities, consumers, and industry.
This webinar will be moderated by David Schick, Vice President – Western Canada, Innovation and Regulatory Affairs at the CFA. Panelists include Tonja Leach, Executive Director of Quest Canada; Denise Mullen, Director of Environment, Sustainability and Indigenous Relations at the Business Council of British Columbia; and Joule Bergerson, Associate Professor in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, and Canada Research Chair in Energy Technology Assessment at the University of Calgary.
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