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The Challenges at the Nexus of Canada's Energy and Climate Change Policies

Canada's energy, climate, and economic policies are inextricably intertwined. Their implementation is even more complicated due to intersection with indigenous peoples' rights. This policy combination has become one of the most important and contentious issues facing Canada, with significant implications for federal and provincial elections scheduled to take place over the next 2 years.

 

Jon O'Riordan is a research associate at Simon Fraser University; is on the Climate Adaptation to Climate Change Team, Burnaby, British Columbia; and is a senior advisor to the Polis Centre for Ecological Governance at the University of Victoria, British Columbia. He was formerly the deputy minister of the Department of Sustainable Resources Management in the British Columbia Provincial Government.

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