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Climate Change

The COP 21 climate change conference in Paris, including Canadian perspectives and approaches.

Emissions proposals from the top 10 emitters: A look behind the numbers

Summary and analysis of nationally determined commitments from the top 10 emitters in the world, including Canada.

Emissions proposals from the Top 10 emitters

COP21: A beginner’s guide

What are the main climate finance mechanisms? What are Canada’s contributions to global climate finance? What was agreed to at previous COPs? What are the issues at play in COP21 and what success may look like for the Paris Climate Alliance?

Guide to COP

About the data above

CAIT Climate Data Explorer. 2015. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute. Available online at: http://cait.wri.org .  Please Note: CAIT data are derived from several sources. Any use of the Land-Use Change and Forestry or Agriculture indicator should be cited as FAO 2014, FAOSTAT Emissions Database. Any use of CO2 emissions from fuel combustion data should be cited as CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion, ©OECD/IEA, 2014.

CAIT Climate Data Explorer

What to look for during the Paris climate change conference

Analysis contributed by the International Institute on Sustainable Development. The six major issues that need to be resolved at COP21 in Paris.

6 major issues at COP

The Canadian Approach to COP21

Canada’s approach to COP21; a review and summary of provincial level plans.

Review and summary of provincial plans

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