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Getting on Track for 2020 Recommendations for greenhouse gas regulations in Canada’s oil and gas sector

This report provides recommendations about the design and environmental ambition of regulations on greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas production and processing in Canada.

April 2, 2013
By P.J. Partington, Matt Horne, Clare Demerse

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A Costly Diagnosis Subsidizing coal power with Albertans' health

Alberta burns more coal for electricity than the rest of Canada combined. Unfortunately, coal produces more pollution than any other source of electricity. This report explores the full costs — including the health and climate impacts — of this "cheap" source of power for Alberta, and makes policy recommendations that could help the province transition to viable, healthier alternatives. 

March 26, 2013
By Tim Weis, Noah Farber, Kristi Anderson, Farrah Khan, Beth Nanni, Benjamin Thibault

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Carbon Pricing Approaches In oil and gas producing jurisdictions

Carbon pricing is increasingly being implemented around the world as policymakers seek to drive innovation and cut greenhouse gas emissions at lowest cost. In this report, we explore the details of these systems in Alberta, British Columbia, California, Australia, Norway, and the European Union. 

Feb. 25, 2013
By P.J. Partington, Matt Horne

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Competing in Clean Energy Capitalizing on Canadian innovation in a $3 trillion economy

What will it take for Canada to become a clean energy super power? The clean technology sector has emerged as a major driver of innovation and employment growth in Canada. But, if you ask the experts, federal policy and access to capital are still major barriers to a thriving clean energy industry in Canada. 

Jan. 22, 2013
By Penelope Comette, Dan Woynillowicz, Ed Whittingham

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Opportunity in the Wind Alberta has one of the largest and strongest wind energy resources in Canada.

Wind power offers a significant opportunity to help clean the province’s electricity grid and, as harnessing wind power picks up across the province, we’re beginning to see the benefits along with a host of questions and concerns.

Nov. 21, 2012
By Kristi Anderson, Ben Thibault

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Pembina Foundation Annual Financial Report 2011

Summary of the Pembina Foundation's 2011 Financial Statements and list of supporters.

Nov. 1, 2012
By Ibrahim Inayatali

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Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Lessons learned from municipalities in Washington and Oregon

Interviews with municipalities to explore the factors for success in planning and installing EV charging stations and the challenges that remain.

Oct. 18, 2012
By Timothy Shah, Katie Laufenberg, Ellen Pond

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RBC-Pembina Home Location Study Understanding where Greater Toronto Area residents prefer to live

The RBC-Pembina Home Location Study examines preferences for housing attributes for residents in the Greater Toronto Area.

July 16, 2012
By Cherise Burda

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Pembina Institute brings Alberta landowner, wind farm neighbour to Southern Ontario Media release

This week the Pembina Institute is bringing Heidi Eijgel, an Alberta landowner with close to a decade of experience living next to wind turbines, on a speaking tour in Southern Ontario.

June 25, 2012
By Tim Weis

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British Columbia’s Carbon Tax Exploring perspectives and seeking common ground

Results of interviews with sector representatives in B.C. over the impacts of the provincial carbon tax and its future design.

June 25, 2012
By Matt Horne, EMRG, P.J. Partington

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