LISTEN: CEC’s Mark Milke talks about the economic impact of meeting Paris climate commitments

Reaching greenhouse gas emissions targets by 2030 will have significant impact on jobs and the economy

By CEC Staff

Canadian Energy Centre Executive Director of Research Mark Milke joined CJME/CKOM radio host John Gormley to discuss the latest research piece, Mind the (Paris) gap: The economic impact of the Paris commitment on Canada.

The research brief, based on data commissioned by the CEC from Navius Research, found big gaps in plans to achieve Canada’s Paris climate change commitment, which would mean 300,000 fewer jobs and $54 billion in GDP sacrificed by 2030.

Listen to the interview here: