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- REPORT: Informing the Nova Scotia Cap and Trade Green Fund with the Halifax Green New Deal Town Hall Findings
- Carbon Pricing In Nova Scotia - The EAC Energy Team has been an active participant in discussions in the lead up to the November 2016, announcement from the government of Nova Scotia that it will implement a cap-and trade system to price carbon pollution, starting in 2018. Our work has included convening coalitions of support for just carbon pricing, hosting two multi-stakeholder carbon pricing forums, and a public panel series on developing Nova Scotia's cap-and-trade system. Read more about our work to develop an effective and equitable carbon pricing system for Nova Scotia here.
Nova Scotia Needs New Climate Goals - The Sustainable Development Goals Act was introduced in October 2019. It includes a legislated GHG emissions reduction target for the year 2030, legislates net zero emissions by 2050, and commits to a new climate change plan that will be developed over the next year. The Act sets out a requirement for public consultations to take place in the coming year that will inform the development of new targets for things like renewable electricity, energy efficiency, clean transportation, local food, wilderness protection, waste diversion and more. Learn more about how you can participate here.
Goals to Advance the Environmental and Economic Well-being of Nova Scotia: The Ecology Action Centre feel it is important that as many Nova Scotians as possible engage on this Act as its goals touch on nearly every facet of our lives. As part of this process, we made the following submission to the Sustainable Development Goals Act (formerly EGSPA) consultation process.
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