EMISSIONS OVERVIEW

Here, we outline each party's emissions target, and broad commitments towards achieving them, including carbon pricing and stances on subsidies.

 

*2005 Emission Levels = 731Mt

 

Paris agreement targetsdecrease GHG emissions

by 30% below 2005 level by 2030.

GHG = Green House Gas

Mt = Megatonnes

 

Compare Political Platforms

This is a summary of the climate and environmental action promises and platforms of the five major political parties in Canada. It is updated regularly to the best of our abilities with the information available. 

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Last updated: Friday, October 4, 2019

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OIL & GAS

Here, we outline each party's stance on addressing oil & gas production, as well as pipelines, fracking, and more.

2017 GHG emissions: The oil and gas sector was the largest source, accounting for 27% of Canada's annual emissions. 

Import and Export:

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TRANSPORT

Here, we outline each party's stance on transportation, including public transit, government and commercial fleets, electric vehicles and more.

2017 GHG emissions: The transportation sector was the second largest source, accounting for 24% of Canada's annual emissions. 

 

EV = Electric Vehicle

ULEV = Ultra Low Emission Vehicle

ZEV = Zero Emission Vehicle

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ENERGY, ELECTRICITY & INDUSTRY

Here, we outline each party's stance on the energy grid, and industries such as chemical and mining.

2017 GHG emissions: Combined, the electricity and heavy industry sectors accounted for approximately 20% of Canada's annual emissions.

 

WASTE & LAND USE

Here, we outline each party's stance on waste, water rights, agriculture, conservation and forestry.

2017 GHG emissions: Combined, the waste and agriculture sectors accounted for approximately 14% of Canada's annual emissions. 

 

CEPA = Canadian Environmental Protection Act

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COMMUNITY SUPPORT

Here, we outline each party's stance on supporting communities, buildings, homes, and the creation of jobs pertaining to the climate crisis.

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Green Jobs:

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