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Evaluating the Macroeconomic Costs of Climate Change in Canada
Climate change is expected to have broad-reaching impacts on infrastructure, human health, and natural resources in Canada. The Canadian Climate Institute (CCI) has worked to quantify these impacts across almost two dozen impact areas, producing sectoral estimates of climate change impacts in a variety of formats and magnitudes. Here we present our technical report summarizing the approach used to integrate all these costs and benefits into a single macroeconomic model. Results of this analysis were used in the CCI’s report Damage Control: Reducing the costs of climate impacts in Canada.
Evaluating the macroeconomic costs of climate change in Canada
Animal-sourced food consumption and Canada’s emissions targets
Simulating Canada’s 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan
Potential of small modular reactors in hard-to-decarbonize industries
Informing a strategy for reducing agricultural greenhouse gas emissions in British Columbia
The role of carbon capture and storage in Canada’s net zero future
Canada’s clean energy economy to 2030
Canada’s Clean Fuel Regulations explanation and insights
Towards Canada’s fair share: New modeling and analysis on achieving a stronger climate target
Assessing the impacts of the Conservative Plan to Combat Climate Change
A study on the energy storage market in Canada
Emission and economic implications for Canada of using small modular reactors (SMRs) in heavy industry
Impacts of climate change on Canada’s electricity system
Informing the development of Our Clean Future: a Yukon strategy for climate change, energy and a green economy
Health-related impacts of decarbonization in Canada
What are Canada’s most promising options for reducing greenhouse gas emissions?
Simulating zero emission vehicle adoption and economic impacts in Canada
Meeting Canada’s climate mitigation commitments under the Paris Agreement
Quantifying Canada’s clean energy economy
California and Québec’s ZEV mandates description
Reversing carbon leakage in the Canadian aluminum sector
Supporting the development of CleanBC
Saskatchewan’s carbon tax numbers are in and the answer is … reporting errors
Review of British Columbia’s RLCFRR energy effectiveness ratios
Refining margins and fuel policy in British Columbia
Analysis of the proposed Canadian Clean Fuel Standard
Electrification best practices in Canada
A review of ECCC’s method for estimating upstream GHGs
Refining margins in British Columbia
Greenhouse gas emissions resulting from the Energy East pipeline project
The Renewable and Low Carbon Fuel Requirement Regulation
How do industrial GHG reduction efforts affect demand for skilled labour?
Is British Columbia’s carbon tax good for household income?
How resilient are the Canadian oil sands to carbon constraints?
Featured Journal Article
Taxes, tolls and ZEV zones for climate: Synthesizing insights on effectiveness, efficiency, equity, acceptability and implementation
Axsen, J. & M. Wolinetz
This study, published in the September 2021 issue of Energy Policy journal, explores the potential role of road pricing in achieving deep greenhouse gas mitigation targets, including cordon zones, fuel taxes, VKT fees, and ZEV zones.