Critical Steps Towards Canadian Net-Zero Industrial Strategy

Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Moderator: Tom McAffery, Emissions Reduction Alberta

Presenter: Bentley Allan, Johns Hopkins University / The Transition Accelerator

Canada’s trading partners and competitors are using industrial policy to position their firms in rapidly forming global value chains. Canada needs to take a strategic approach to seize economic opportunities and develop the technologies and firms we need to reach net-zero. This presentation will draw on international case studies to distill key principles and best practices for Canadian net-zero industrial strategy.

Join Bentley Allan, research director for the Transition Accelerator, for an introduction to this vital topic. A Q&A follows.

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