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The Pembina Institute is a non-profit think-tank that advocates for strong, effective policies to support Canada's clean energy transition. IG:
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Pembina Institute 10h
While multiple factors contribute to keeping Canada’s Northern communities dependent on diesel, greater Indigenous participation in developing sustainable energy policies and projects would lead to a better future.  
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Pembina Institute 12h
Switching more goods movement onto bicycles would support efforts to: > improve cycling visibility & infrastructure > reduce emissions by taking deliveries off fossil fuel-consuming vehicles > reduce traffic congestion on our streets
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Pembina Institute 13h
The Bank of Canada's latest report looks at how poses a real threat to Canada’s financial stability, making the need for credible policy solutions all the more necessary. “Economic activity and the environment are intertwined."  
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Pembina Institute 14h
Alberta’s electricity sector is undergoing a massive transformation alongside the rest of the world. Cheap , aging infrastructure, poor economics for coal and the desire for cleaner air are driving this global change.
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Pembina Institute 15h
By increasing its solar rebate incentive, highlights how municipalities can play a decisive role in the energy transition.
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Pembina Institute 16h
Growing research shows that carbon pricing in B.C. "reduced consumption of gasoline & residential nat. gas as well as overall emissions. It also prompted greater uptake of fuel-efficient vehicles, all without loss of jobs or harm to low-income households."
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Daily Hive Vancouver Aug 17
Opinion: After a promising start, is still far from the finish line
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Pembina Institute 17h
Lithium is one of the main components of batteries, and a crucial resource for the energy storage industry. This Calgary-based company aims to become a zero-GHG producer of lithium.
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Pembina Institute 18h
Decarbonizing our oil & gas industry will benefit all of Canada and help Canada’s oil overcome its ranking as fourth-highest carbon emissions per barrel in the world (per ). A strong climate plan will help us get there.
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Pembina Institute Aug 14
We're hiring a regional director to join our Ontario team. The deadline to apply is August 19! See the full posting details here:
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Pembina Institute 20h
Do you know your Canadian climate math? It only takes five mins to learn how some basic numbers and data can help you assess Canada’s progress on .
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Pembina Institute 21h
The Courtyard Project will add 33 family-friendly and net-zero units of affordable housing in . “Even though you’re in a housing project, it doesn’t mean it can’t be held to a really high standard, and be efficient in the long run.”
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Pembina Institute 22h
The Bank of Canada's recent report looks at how poses a real threat to Canada’s financial stability, making the need for credible policy solutions all the more necessary. “Economic activity and the environment are intertwined."  
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Pembina Institute Aug 18
With more than a decade of data available on B.C.’s carbon pricing system, the evidence shows it does not hinder economic growth. In fact, the economy has grown by 26% over this time.
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Pembina Institute Aug 18
This is great news - switching to is crucial to decarbonize the transportation sector, clean our air, and meet our climate goals.
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Pembina Institute Aug 17
Canada is home to approximately 170 remote Indigenous communities. That’s over 100,000 people who can benefit from shifting away from diesel towards resources.
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Pembina Institute Aug 17
The co-benefits of make reducing emissions and strengthening clean energy more than urgent necessities – they're opportunities.
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Pembina Institute Aug 16
“If we want our climate to remain as stable as possible, economists overwhelmingly recommend we start by putting a price on carbon. The evidence shows that it helps the environment in a way that’s best for the economy.”
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Pembina Institute Aug 16
Over 3,500 economists signed an open letter calling for carbon pricing to fight climate change. "We all agreed on one thing, one tax that would make the world better: a carbon tax."
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Pembina Institute Aug 16
Curbside space is a critical but often overlooked part of our transportation network. This is where we park, make deliveries, hail rides and dodge car doors 🚴.    Read our thoughts on the 's plan to manage curbside competition.
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