Reality Bites: 10 takeaways from COP27
November 18, 2022
The backdrop for the 27th United Nations Climate Conference was always going to be an odd one. Sharm El-Sheikh is...
Financing Greener Growth: The fall economic statement needs to accelerate green investment
November 1, 2022
The need to retain fiscal dry powder is set against a requirement to accelerate private investment in clean technologies. - RBC Economics
The Price of Power: How to cut Canada's Net Zero electricity bill
September 20, 2022
Is Canada ready to meet a 50% surge in electricity consumption over the next decade? It’s a tall order, even unlikely at our current pace of decision-making.
92 to Zero: How economic reconciliation can power Canada's climate goals
June 16, 2022
It’s now clear that the national priorities of Net Zero and reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples are inextricably linked. In the same spirit, we expect RBC’s reconciliation journey will increasingly intersect with our climate priorities.
Indigenous ownership is critical to Canada's clean energy transition
May 3, 2022
We spoke with two Indigenous business leaders about how to build a just and equitable energy transition to a low-carbon economy.
British Columbia: Canada's Clean Tech Powerhouse
April 26, 2022
Disruptors travels through the heart of B.C.’s Clean Tech Valley to meet several innovators working to decarbonize Canada’s economy.
Can We Have It All?: Building a Secure and Sustainable Energy Future for Canada
April 19, 2022
Part one of, “Disruptors: The Climate Conversations” looks at Canada’s various paths to energy and climate security—and some of the key implications of whatever path we choose.
The 10-Minute Take: Food Inflation & Agtech
April 12, 2022
Can agtech innovation hold the key to sustainable, and cost-effective food chains?
Laying the Foundation: Canada's 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan
March 30, 2022
Canada last upped its ambition in December 2020, releasing a plan to cut emissions to 503 Mt. Tuesday’s release added another 64 million tonnes in projected cuts, nearly half from Canada’s carbon-intensive oil and gas sector.