The Government of Saskatchewan continues to implement key commitments made in the province’s climate change plan to help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and maintain a competitive economy.
As part of the made-in-Saskatchewan Prairie Resilience strategy, government has developed new output-based performance standards that will apply to more than 40 Saskatchewan industrial facilities. Continue reading “Province sets new industry standards to stem climate change”
A new long-term flood mitigation program for Saskatchewan communities was announced on Wednesday, August 1 by Minister Responsible for the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency (WSA) Dustin Duncan. Continue reading “Long-term flood mitigation program launched”
According to a new analysis from the University of Regina’s Institute for Energy, Environment and Sustainable Communities, a federal carbon tax could potentially reduce Saskatchewan’s gross domestic product (GDP) by almost $16 billion, with little effect on emissions. Continue reading “Carbon tax would negatively impact provincial economy, says U of R study”