Training Session on Climate Change Negotiations
The main objective of this project was to develop and give a training session on international negotiations on climate change. It was designed to prepare our clients for the negotiating session in Copenhagen in 2009, and to provide information on the evolution of the negotiations and on key issues to be followed during the conference. The training session focused on issues related to the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and to adaptation measures.
Detailed Analysis of Energy Consumption and the Technico-Economic Potential of Energy Efficiency in the Transportation Sector
In light of the implementation of the Stratégie énergétique du Québec 2006-2015, our client is in charge of creating an energy efficiency and new technology framework. For the first time, ambitious energy...> Learn more
Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Proposed Regulations to Require Renewable Fuels Content in Canadian Fuels
The purpose of this mandate is to carry out a cost-benefit analysis of the proposed federal regulations to require renewable content in Canadian fuels. The costs, including those related to infrastructure, biofuels, kerosene for...> Learn more