17 Mar Video and Links: Lessons Learned from Canada’s Record on Climate Change
Video and Links: Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development,
Office of the Auditor General of Canada: Lessons Learned from Canada’s Record on Climate Change
Thank you to Canada’s Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development (CESD) Jerry V. DeMarco and Principals James McKenzie and Kimberley Leach from the Office of the Auditor General of Canada who joined the Environmental Law Centre in an online conversation to discuss lessons learned from the past 30 years and opportunities around federal climate change actions. We are pleased to share the recording of the discussion, the slides, and related links.
Recent OAG infographics, videos, etc. re climate change lessons learned report:
Recent United Nations intergenerational equity workshop including materials and video recording at the bottom of the page:
All recent CESD reports:
OAG Twitter account, which includes CESD-related content:
Canadian Net-zero Emissions Accountability Act:
The Federal Sustainable Development Strategy page including the new draft strategy that is open for comment:
https://www.fsds-sfdd.ca/en#/en/goals/ and the specific page about submitting comments:
Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act Annual Report (which came up in the chat):
For those interested in the petitions process:
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