Analyzing Canada’s Ecosystem for Carbon Emissions Reduction Technologies

In October 2016, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a landmark announcement requiring Canadian provinces to implement a carbon pricing scheme by 2018. In this report, we analyze Canada’s ecosystem for carbon emissions reduction technologies, identifying both well-positioned and high-potenti...

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