Energy Policies of IEA Countries: Canada 2000 Review
|The report Energy Policies of IEA
Countries: Canada 2000 Review is a comprehensive analysis of the Canadian
energy sector. It includes description and analysis of nuclear power , Canada's
renewable energy sources and energy resource industries such as uranium, coal,
oil and gas. The report also examines issues arising for policy makers,
including the process currently underway in Canada to develop a national
implementation strategy to meet the national target for greenhouse gas
emissions, and Canada's progress in improving its efficient use of energy. The
report makes recommendations in several policy areas where federal-provincial
co-operation action appears necessary.
Published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the IEA, 2000.
|Note: for a comparative analysis of OECD member countries,
please see Energy Policies of IEA Countries: 1999
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