January 1, 1 • 0:00 - 18:00 ET

Canadian federalism and the energy transition

A part of the “The road to net zero: energy transition in Canada" series

As climate change initiatives take centre stage across the world, the increasing focus to transition energy production toward lower carbon options is a trend that is here to stay. How do organizations—from oil and gas players to renewable energy developments to financial institutions focusing on net zero commitments—effectively take on the challenge of energy transition?

Join us for this series as we cover key issues organizations needs to understand to navigate the opportunities and challenges of energy transition.

Canadian federalism and the energy transition

One of the principal challenges of decarbonizing Canada’s economy will be forging a legislative path that respects our constitutional division of powers. This session will explore the important role federalism is already playing in the energy transition, and can be expected to play in years to come.

This session will be presented in English.

Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. ET Presentation
11:45 a.m. ET Webinar opens

Ontario: This program is eligible for 60 Substantive minutes.
New York: This program contains 1.0 Areas of Professional Practice credit. This course content is appropriate for transitional and non-transitional attorneys.