Are farms driving our GHG emissions: Climate Policy for Canadian Farmers
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Are farms driving our GHG emissions: Climate Policy for Canadian Farmers?
GHG emissions are an issue impacting every sector in Canada, including agriculture. But a farm feels the impacts of taxes and the challenges of measurement very differently than a city household does. Where do most of the emissions on a farm come from, and what makes them so different? What do the numbers look like, and how can emissions be measured in a quantifiable way? Given what we know about the sources and levels, what does that mean in terms of taxes and legislations aimed at emissions reductions for farmers and producers?
Join The School of Public Policy and the SC for an overview discussion of what actually makes up emissions on a farm, and therefore how policies impact farmers.
- Josh Bourassa, Research Associate, Simpson Centre, The School of Public Policy
- Dr. Sarah Dobson, Research Associate, Energy & Environmental Policy, The School of Public Policy
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