Government of Saskatchewan
Monday, November 19, 2018
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  Climate Change Backgrounder
Resilience, the ability to cope with, adapt to, and recover from stress and change, is essential as some of the side effects of climate change are already underway and unavoidable.
  Climate Change Reporting Standard
Management and Reduction of Greenhouse Gases (Reporting) Standard
  Climate Change Strategy
Natural systems, physical infrastructure, economic sustainability, and community preparedness all play a part in Saskatchewan's Climate Change Strategy.
  Economic Modeling to Support the Development of Climate Change Regulations
*Note: Portions of this report have been submitted for peer review.
  Impact of Carbon Tax on Saskatchewan Households
A Saskatchewan-specific computable general equilibrium model has been developed to understand microeconomic and industry sector impact of carbon taxes in the province.
  Management and Reduction of GHG Reporting Regulations
Order in Council for the management and reduction of GHG reporting regulations.
  MNP Climate Change Engagement Report
The Government of Saskatchewan has proposed a bold climate change strategy. The government’s strategy outlines a comprehensive and balanced approach to solving a global problem without losing sight of fairness, jobs and economic opportunities for all.
  Prairie Resilience Backgrounder - Performance Standards
Saskatchewan is implementing output-based performance standards for large industrial emitters. Forthcoming regulations will apply to facilities that emit more than 25,000 tonnes of carbion dioxide equivalents (CO2e) each year. The performance standards obligate regulated emitters to reduce emissions intensity associated with production.
  Technical Summary of Economic Modeling
Greenhouse gases (GHG) in the earth’s atmosphere are destabilizing established climate patterns and damaging the ecosystems on which all living beings depend. Tremendous efforts are needed to avoid the increasing risks of climate change on the environment, human health, and the economy.