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Measuring Up: Benchmarking Canada’s Competitiveness in a Low-Carbon World

Measuring Up: Benchmarking Canada’s Competitiveness in a Low-Carbon World

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National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy (2010 Report)

The NRT’s Low-Carbon Performance Index breaks new ground by illustrating what matters most when it comes to low-carbon performance. This index is the first word, not the last, on what we should be tracking to ensure low-carbon competitive success. It commences a needed public policy conversation about where we must strategically focus and why, if we are to succeed in the transition to a global low-carbon economy.

Measuring Up sets the scene for us. It creates Canada’s first-ever Low-Carbon Performance Index (LCPI) so we can begin to compare where we stand against our G8 competitors. As the world moves to a low-carbon economy, Canada can win or lose. The choice is ours. While the transition is inevitable, the outcomes for us as a country are not. To succeed and prosper in this global low-carbon transition we must first know how we stand against others. We can use this to determine where and how to plan ahead and gain the most.
National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy (2010 Report)

The NRT’s Low-Carbon Performance Index breaks new ground by illustrating what matters most when it comes to low-carbon performance. This index is the first word, not the last, on what we should be tracking to ensure low-carbon competitive success. It commences a needed public policy conversation about where we must strategically focus and why, if we are to succeed in the transition to a global low-carbon economy.

Measuring Up sets the scene for us. It creates Canada’s first-ever Low-Carbon Performance Index (LCPI) so we can begin to compare where we stand against our G8 competitors. As the world moves to a low-carbon economy, Canada can win or lose. The choice is ours. While the transition is inevitable, the outcomes for us as a country are not. To succeed and prosper in this global low-carbon transition we must first know how we stand against others. We can use this to determine where and how to plan ahead and gain the most.

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LIMATE PROSPERITY 
MEANS COMPETING WITH THE WORLD TO BUILD A NEWOW-ARBON FUTUREOR CANADA ANDANADIANS.HE GREEN RACEON.ANADA NEEDSO BE READY.
MEASURING UP
CLIMATE PROSPERITY 
 MEANS COMPETINGWITH THE WORLD TOBUILD A NEW LOW-CARBON FUTUREFOR CANADA ANDCANADIANS.THE GREEN RACEIS ON.CANADA NEEDSTO BE READY.
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FIRST IN A SERIES
 
A CANADIAN INITIATIVE
THIS IS NOTJUST ABOUTCOPING WITHCLIMATE CHANGE,BUTPROSPERINGTHROUGH IT.

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