The Net-Zero Advisory Body (NZAB), established by the federal government in February 2021, unveiled its first-ever publication Net-Zero Pathways: Initial Observations. The Institut de l’énergie Trottier (IET) team is proud to have contributed to its development.

This document is a public summary of existing research related to deep decarbonization. Thus, its conclusions are based, among other things, on two documents produced by the IET:

Canadian Energy Outlook – Horizon 2050

Canada’s Challenge & Opportunity : Transformations for major reductions in GHG emissions

The group has identified 10 essential values ​​and principles that should guide Canada’s carbon neutral approach. By respecting all of these 10 statements, Canada could not only achieve carbon neutrality in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, but also create a fairer, healthier and more prosperous future.

About Canada’s Net-Zero Advisory Body
Co-chaired by Dan Wicklum and Marie Pierre Ippersiel, the NZAB is an independent group of 14 experts from across the country. They have a mandate to advise the Government of Canada on the best ways to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. With a variety of experiences in business, policy development, science and other spheres of action, these specialists will provide advice to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change until 2050.

The report is available here :