CSIP Research Forum ~ Prairie Resilience: Saskatchewan Climate Change Strategy

University of Regina University of Saskatchewan

The Centre for the Study of Science and Innovation Policy (CSIP) invites all students, faculty and researchers interested in the study of science, technology and innovation policy to participate in a bi-weekly research forum.

PRESENTED BY: David Stevenson, Director, Climate Change Policy and Planning, Ministry of Environment, Government of Saskatchewan

The Government of Saskatchewan released its overarching Prairie Resilience climate change strategy in December 2017, which outlined multiple commitments across five areas designed to make Saskatchewan more resilient to the climatic, economic and policy impacts of climate change.

Energy efficiency is an important part of the Prairie Resilience strategy and in the past two years there has been significant development of legislation and regulation related to the management of greenhouse gas emissions in Saskatchewan. David will present an update of the implementation of regulatory commitments made in Prairie Resilience with a focus on how new requirements improve the efficient use of energy and a discussion of existing energy efficiency programs available in Saskatchewan.

Event Details

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM CST
USask Location: Canada Room, 101 Diefenbaker Place; U of R Location: CB 308, College Avenue Campus
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Karen Jaster-Laforge