Report: Re-Energizing Canada: Pathways to a Low-Carbon Future

September 2017

By David B. Layzell, PhD, FRSC; James Meadowcroft, PhD; Normand Mousseau, PhD co-lead authours with 70 other university researchers (including co-lead authors and other contributing researchers) from the 10 provinces

Commissioned by Natural Resources Canada, Re-Energizing Canada: Pathways to a Low-Carbon Future, bridges decision-making and academic thought around energy and climate change, offering suggestions on how Canadian governments, companies and citizens can advance decarbonization in a manner coherent with the Paris Agreement. The independent, 60-page report draws on data, peer-reviewed research and other relevant documents to explore the challenges and opportunities in achieving a low-carbon energy transition that will form the foundation of a sustainable future.