Trends 2006 - 2030


GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions and projections are established with open data and then grouped by sectors.
Result: the increase in emissions of growing sectors is faster than the decline in others : GHG emissions are increasing.

Canada has committed to reduce its GHG emissions to 30% by 2030

What measures to achieve this target?


To achieve and then exceed this target, Canada must set out an efficient action plan.


In the document prepared in anticipation of the 2015 Paris Climate Conference, the government proposes the following set of measures:


more stringent standards for heavy-duty vehicles
reduce the footprint of HCFs gases
focus on natural gas (power sector), chemistry
reduce global methane emissions (oil sector)



Many measures can be simulated. Choose those to apply in each sector by navigating in the section below! They are inspired by examples of measures adopted by governments which have made climate commitment, and measures locally adopted in Canada. Impacts of measures are simulated within the sector covered, then overall.

Impact of
selected measures

Evolution 2006-2030 : + 4.11%



Evolution since 2012 : 8.37%

Average mitigation rate : -0.46% by year


Number of measures : 0




Choose other measures by sector

Transportation

Transportation is the most GHG-emitting sector in Canada at the present time. Can we reduce his carbon footprint?

Hydrocarbons

Fast-growing hydrocarbons will soon overtake transportation as the largest GHG emitter sector. What to do?

Industries

Some improvements in the industry but much remains to be done, yet it's a promising sector.

Power generation

Several provinces have begun to reduce their emissions, but much remains to be done. See what's happening!

Buildings and waste

Several improvements are underway in some provinces and could be generalized. See which ones.

Agriculture

An often forgotten sector ; however many things are possible and cost effective. See which ones.