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Environment committee  I will simply note that the greenhouse gas inventory that counts emissions has historically been produced and submitted to the United Nations every year and is made available on our website. Emissions projections based on federal, provincial and territorial measures are also cond

November 4th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

Environment committee  That's an ongoing process. The progress has not been as rapid as we had originally anticipated. There has been an engagement process through a number of different programs that are all working with indigenous peoples to ensure that their participation is reflected in the design

March 12th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

Environment committee  Our hope is that we'll be able to complete that work in the coming fiscal year.

March 12th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

Environment committee  I think I might defer to my colleague Nancy Hamzawi who's the head of our science and technology branch. I'm sure she will be very pleased to tell you about the world-class research that is happening at Environment Canada.

March 12th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

Environment committee  We have a dedicated team in Environment Canada. There are two of relevance, one that does our national GHG inventory and another that does our modelling and projections into the future. I know they'd be happy to describe their models for you and how they operate. I can tell you

March 12th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

Environment committee  Yes, it's a fundamental question in terms of how we're going to address the impacts of climate change and specifically emissions, an important piece of the puzzle. One of the four pillars of the PCF is advancing clean technology. A whole collection of programs has emerged to adva

March 12th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

Environment committee  Certainly. We'd be happy to provide the clerk with the link to that or a copy.

March 12th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

Environment committee  Maybe I could start, and I will turn to my colleague Helen as well. We see electrification as one of the key pathways to deeper emission reductions. You are correct that the regulations phasing out coal-fired electricity were introduced and then amended and strengthened in the p

February 20th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

Environment committee  The exact nature of what we will be putting into the NDC is a hot topic right now, and we have a lot of analysis, engagement and work to do to inform every piece of that.

February 20th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

February 20th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

Environment committee  That's right. I don't have a number.

February 20th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

Environment committee  I'd be happy to. I'll try to be brief. That's certainly a big question. In terms of emission reductions, we do have some good public data on this that we could provide. I think the electricity sector is one where we have seen the most significant reductions, mostly from a switch

February 20th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

Environment committee  I would say that certainly we've been looking to exceed the target for some time. Actually, we've talked about meeting and exceeding the target for some time. That is certainly the goal. We have a collection of policy measures in the pan-Canadian framework that was originally int

February 20th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

Environment committee  We have the existing suite of measures, which is the foundation, which in our original expectation was going to take us all the way to the target. We realize now, with the various developments since that time, that additional measures are needed. The government has signalled that

February 20th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones

Environment committee  This is a subject of discussion and analysis right now. I think the government has been quite clear about its ambition. Certainly, if you look at the science, the need to drive further emission reductions is certainly there for all countries. The definitive figures, in terms of a

February 20th, 2020Committee meeting

Matt Jones