Canada Workshop (International Track Breakout)

What:
Talk
When:
Friday Jun 07   08:30 AM to 12:00 PM (3 hours 30 minutes)
Where:
Mary Graydon Center Room 247
Discussion:
0

2019 Climate Policies in Canada Workshop


This document hosts the learning objectives and assigned readings for the PolicyCamp students within the Canadian climate policy workshop.


Teaching Staff:Dr. Mark Purdon


Learning Objectives:

The lesson on Climate Policies in Canada is aimed to help students:

  • appreciate Canadian federalism and the role of both the federal government and provinces in Canadian climate policy

  • grasp the most recent developments with Canadian federal and provincial climate policy

  • understand various policy experiments underway in Canada, including cap-and-trade and carbon taxes


Assigned Readings


Additional Reading If Interested:

  • Rabe, B.G. (2004) North American federalism and climate change policy: American state and Canadian provincial policy development. Widener LJ 14:121.

  • Boyd B (2017) Working Together on Climate Change: Policy Transfer and Convergence in Four Canadian Provinces.Publius: The Journal of Federalism47:546-571.

  • Rosenbloom D, Meadowcroft J, Sheppard S, Burch S and Williams S (2018) Transition Experiments: Opening Up Low-Carbon Transition Pathways for Canada through Innovation and Learning.Canadian Public Policy44:368-383.

  • Côté-Boucher G and Purdon M (2017) Partager le Fardeau Climatique : Les marchés du carbone comme piste de solution au défi des changements climatiques.Possibles41:156-167.

  • Government of Canada (2016)Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate ChangeGovernment of Canada, Ottawa.

Participant
École des Sciences de la Gestion, Université du Québec à Montréal (ESG UQAM) & Institut québécois du carbone (IQCarbone)

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