Drawing Parallels North of 49º: A Comparison of Canadian and U.S. Energy Markets and Environmental Regulations
The presentation includes differences between the energy markets and regulatory environments of the United States and Canada. Four key areas are discussed: division of energy and environmental jurisdictional responsibilities between the federal and provincial or territorial governments, availability and reliance on other renewable and non-renewable resources, subtle differences in water- and fish-related legislation and regulations, and the critical role played by First Nations and Aboriginal Peoples in all facets of land use and development in Canada.
- Jason Jones, PhD
- June 8, 2012
- AWEA WINDPOWER Conference