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Canada's next
big opportunity

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Net-zero by 2050

In Canada, we've forecasted an increase of 55 million tonnes of GHG emissions per year by 2050

Sound worrisome? It should

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A chance
to create

Explore clean technologies, spark
economic growth and help the planet

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A climate-conscious
Canada... a socially and economically
prosperous Canada

An opportunity to grow the economy in new and diverse ways

The consequences of global emissions have unbalanced Canada’s ecosystems. As the second-largest land mass in the world, Canada is home to a rich tapestry of life spread across vast boreal forests, rugged Arctic landscapes, and boundless lakes and prairies. These vast natural resources provide Canadian leaders with a unique opportunity: to make fair contributions in reducing global emissions, while creating value and competitive advantages. As a result, Canada will be able to thrive in new and diverse ways.

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It’s not too late to change course.

Find out how your business could mitigate risk and generate value by focusing more on the climate emergency.

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Net-zero by 2050:
an achievable target

Along with a growing list of countries, Canada has pledged to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. This means reducing the greenhouse gases (GHGs) we produce with alongside implementing both proven and emerging technologies to facilitate a rapid transition to low carbon energy systems, intelligent land use, and adoption of nature-based solutions.The window is slowly closing. It’s likely our last chance to limit global warming to within 1.5°C by the end of the century and seize one of humanity’s greatest opportunities.

Together, we could create a more resilient and sustainable future for your organization and the environment.


Energy transition and decarbonization

  • Low-carbon transition strategies
  • Decarbonization planning and implementation support
  • Carbon offset strategy
  • Technology enabled and performance driven data
  • Science-based targets and net-zero emissions strategies

Climate risk and adaptation

  • Physical and transition risk assessment
  • Climate hazard modelling
  • Climate value-at-risk analysis

Clean technology

  • Technical and financial due diligence of clean technology
  • Assessment and deployment of renewable energy and clean tech
  • Infrastructure and grants
  • Green procurement

Policy and compliance

  • Carbon pricing and climate policy analysis
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Low-carbon fuels and fuel standards

Reporting and disclosure

  • Alignment to climate disclosure standards, including the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD)
  • Digitally transform emissions reporting
  • Controls mapping and assurance readiness
  • Internal reporting and analytics


Henry Stoch

Canada Climate & Sustainability Leader

Jürgen Beier

National Leader, Energy & Resources

Jennifer Lee

Managing Partner, Growth Platforms