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Canada-U.S Climate Policy Outreach Session – Toronto, Ontario – March 3, 2011

On March 3rd, the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy in collaboration with the Mowat Centre for Policy Innovation will host a half-day dialogue session in Toronto that will bring together thought leaders to review the NRTEE’s recent report Parallel Paths: Canada-U.S. Climate Policy Choices and discuss its findings and their implications for Canadian climate policy. The insights generated in this session will be combined with advice generated through dialogues being led by NRTEE across the country and submitted to the Minister of the Environment.


8:30 Registration and Networking
9:00 Official Welcome, Overview of the Day and Introductions
9:15 NRTEE Parallel Paths Report presentation and discussion
10:45 Round Table Dialogue Session Guiding Questions:Part 1:

If the US does not move forward on comprehensive national climate legislation, does this mean Canada too should not move forward?

Part 2:

How should the federal government move forward?  What role can or should carbon pricing play?  What role can/should regulation play?

Part 3:

How can Ontario and Canada position themselves to take advantage of new low-carbon growth opportunities for business, both nationally and internationally? What role can/should a technology fund play?

11:45 Summary review of key issues and next steps
12:00 Adjourn


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