La sensibilisation est au cœur des Dialogues pour un Canada Vert. Outre l'utilisation des médias traditionnels et sociaux, nous nous impliquons à l'extérieur des universités de deux façons: en partageant les connaissances synthétisées par des experts et en devenant un acteur dans le débat important sur ​​le développement futur du Canada.
 
Liste complète de publications des Dialogues pour un Canada vert disponible ici.
 
Liste complète de couverture médiatique des Dialogues pour un Canada vert disponible ici.
 
 
Accès rapides aux sous-sections 
 

1) Lettre ouvertes aux décideur(e)s

2) *NOUVEAU* Un regard de plus près : les documents qui ont alimenté Rebâtir le système énergétique canadien : vers un avenir sobre en carbone 

3) Rapport d'étape sur les progrès fédéraux 2016

4) e-Dialogues : L'impératif climatique

5) Alternatives Journal

6) Évaluation des programmes politiques 

7) Ateliers de visionnement

8) Plans d'action climatique

 
1) LETTRES OUVERTES AUX DÉCIDEUR(E)S
 
  • Les universitaires de Dialogues pour un Canada vert ont répondu à la Stratégie fédérale de développement durable 2016-2019.

          Réponse à la Stratégie fédérale de développement durable 2016-2019 [en anglais seulement]

  • Les universitaires de Dialogues pour un Canada vert au Québec ont déposé un mémoire au Bureau d'audiences publiques sur l'environnement quant au projet Oléoduc Énergie Est. Ils s'opposent au projet pour les risques majeurs à l’environnement, à la santé et au développement viable qu’il représente dans le contexte des changements climatiques. 

          Mémoire en lien avec Énergie Est transmis au BAPE

  • Les universitaires de Dialogues pour un Canada vert ont écrit une lettre à l'Honorable Justin Trudeau, aux premiers ministres des provinces, aux chefs autochtones et aux Canadiens et Canadiennes, à temps pour la réunion des premiers ministres du 3 mars 2016, où ils vont discuter d'un plan d'action pour le climat. Les chercheurs exigent un plan qui limite les investissements dans les oléoducs et se concentre plutôt sur les investissements dans les technologies propres.

          Lettre à l'Honorable Justin Trudeau, premiers ministres, dirigeants autochtones et le peuple du Canada 

  • Les universitaires de Dialogues pour un Canada vert ont écrit une lettre à l'Honorable Justin Trudeau, avec des recommendations sur la voie à suivre à la conférénce sur le climat à Paris cette année. 
         Lettre à l'Honorable Justin Trudeau  [anglais] 
 
  • Les universitaires ont aussi écrit une lettre ouverte au premiers ministres provinciaux à temps pour le Sommet de Québec sur les changements climatiques en avril 2015. 
         Lettre ouverte aux premiers ministres 
 
  • Après le Premier d'Ontario a annoncé l'introduction de la tarification du carbone à l'Ontario en avril 2015, les universitaires ont écrit une lettre ouverte à Mme Wynne.

          Lettre à Mme Wynne [anglais]

  • Dans le cadre des travaux d’un atelier organisé à l’initiative des Dialogues pour un Canada vert, des chercheur(e)s de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador, de la Nouvelle-Écosse, du Québec et de l'Ontario ont rédigé un livre blanc identifiant certaines priorités dans le domaine de l’énergie dans la perspective de l'est du Canada. 

        Lisez le livre blanc [en anglais]

        Première heure: Livre blanc sur la politique énergétique de l'Est du Canada (L'Audio fil du jeudi 4 décembre 2014)

 

2) *NOUVEAU* Un regard plus de près : les documents qui ont alimenté Rebâtir le système énergétique canadien : vers un avenir sobre en carbone 

En plus des documents suivants, des articles scientifiques ont également été utilisés dans la production de Rebâtir le système énergétique.

Études de modélisation des voies vers une énergie sobre en carbone

Deep Decarbonisation Pathways Canada Project 2015 [anglais]

Conseil des académies canadiens 2015. Solutions technologiques et politiques pour un système énergétique à faibles émissions au Canada

Projet Trottier pour l’avenir énergétique 2016. Défis et opportunités pour le Canada: Transformations pour une réduction majeure des émissions de GES

Energy & Materials Research Group 2016. Is win-win possible? Can Canada’s government achieve its Paris commitment... and get re-elected? [anglais]

Environnement et Changement climatique Canada 2016. Stratégie canadienne de développement à faible émission de gaz à effet de serre à long terme pour le milieu du siècle

Rapports gouvernementaux

 Le Cadre pancanadien sur la croissance propre et les changements climatiques 2016

 Rapport d'inventaire national 1990–2014 : Sources et puits de gaz à effet de serre au Canada

 Cahier d’information sur l’énergie 2016–2017

 Office de l’efficacité énergétique 2016. Évolution de l’efficacité énergétique au Canada de 1990 à 2013

Plans d'énergie provinciaux 

Alberta Business Plan 2016–2019: Energy [anglais]

The BC Energy Plan 2007 [anglais]

Manitoba’s Clean Energy Strategy 2012 [anglais]

The New Brunswick Energy Blueprint 2011 [anglais]

Newfoundland and Labrador Energy Plan 2007 [anglais]

Newfoundland and Labrador Energy Plan Progress Report 2015 [anglais]

Northwest Territories Energy Action Plan 2013 [anglais]

Nova Scotia’s Electricity Plan 2015–2040 [anglais]

IKUMMATIIT: The Government of Nunavut Energy Strategy 2007 [anglais]

Ontario’s Long-Term Energy Plan 2013 [anglais]

Prince Edward Island 2016 Provincial Energy Strategy Second Draft [anglais]

Politique énergétique 2030 du Québec 2030 du Québec 

Energy Strategy For Yukon 2009 [anglais]

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Le Groupe d’experts intergouvernemental sur l’évolution du climat 2014 Résumé à l’intention des décideursLe Groupe d’experts intergouvernemental sur l’évolution du climat

International Energy Agency World Energy Outlook 2016 [anglais]

Politiques énergétiques des états membres de l’AIE - Canada 2015 [sommaire éxecutif en français]

Table ronde nationale 2011. Le prix à payer : répercussions économiques du changement climatique pour le Canada 

Bataille, C. 2016. Review of Canadian Deep GHG Emission Reduction Studies: Some Near-Term Lessons for Stakeholders and Policy Makers [anglais]

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3) RAPPORT D'ÉTAPE SUR LES PROGRÈS FÉDÉRAUX 2016

Dialogues pour un Canada vert a produit un rapport d'étape sur les mesures climatiques prises par le gouvernement fédéral en 2016. Nous avons analysé ces mesures en relation avec les dix orientations stratégiques proposées dans notre rapport intitulé Agir sur les changements climatiques: Solutions d’universitaires canadiens et canadiennes. Cliquez ici pour en savoir plus. 

4) e-DIALOGUES : L'impératif climatique

La série d'e-Dialogues l'Impératif climatique rassemble les chercheurs de Dialogues pour un Canada vert afin d'approfondir les solutions de la transition vers une économie sobre en carbone. Nous avons abordé quatre questions essentielles. Lisez les transcriptions complètes :

L'art du possible, le 19 mai

Le contexte provincial, le 26 mai

Les voix canadiennes, le 9 juin

Le Canada vote, le 30 octobre 

5) ALTERNATIVES JOURNAL

«Dans l'édition la plus importante que A\J a publié dans notre histoire de 44 ans, nous faisons équipe avec les meilleurs chercheurs canadiens afin de tracer la voie du pays vers un avenir durable. Ce numéro spécial de A\J est une collaboration avec Dialogues pour un Canada vert, un groupe de plus de 60 chercheurs qui ont identifié des solutions durables dans chacun de leurs domaines spécialisés». 

Canada's Map to Sustainability [anglais] 

Alternatives Journal Cover

 

6) ÉVALUATION DES PROGRAMMES POLITIQUES

Dialogues pour un Canada vert a examiné chacun des programmes politiques fédéraux de 2015 du point de vue des 10 orientations stratégiques proposées au printemps 2015 dans Agir sur les changements climatiques : Les solutions d’universitaires canadiens et canadiennes. 

Notre analyse, en date du 5 octobre, est basée exclusivement sur l'information publique disponible sur chacun des sites Web officiels des partis, incluant la section Actualité et les documents à télécharger. Nous sommes conscient que ce cadre d’analyse peut avoir exclu des propositions par ailleurs fort intéressantes faites par les partis.

Évaluation des programmes

Lettre ouverte aux partis fédéraux

Sources de référence

RÉPONSES DES PARTIS FÉDÉRAUX

Réponse et information supplémentaire fournies par le Bloc Québecois  

Réponse et information supplémentaire fournies par le Parti libéral

Le Nouveau Parti Démocratique a rendu publique son programme politique le 11 octobre. Il se peut qu'il contienne des nouveaux éléments pertinents à l'environnement. 

7) ATELIERS DE VISIONNEMENT

À travers l'utilisation de techniques de visionnement, DCV encourage le dialogue avec un large éventail d’acteurs canadiens en les aidant à formuler leurs espoirs pour l'avenir du pays afin de vérifier que nos solutions de durabilité proposées coïncident avec leurs désirs. Nous avons organisé des ateliers de visionnement d'une journée entre mai et novembre 2014 à travers le Canada, à Canmore (Alberta), Goose Bay (Labrador), Kamloops (Colombie-Britannique), Montréal (Québec) et Prince George (Colombie-Britannique).

8) PLANS D'ACTION CLIMATIQUE

Lisez les plans d'action climatique provinciaux et nationaux.

 

M L Guay

Mme Marie-Louise Gay, une illustratrice internationalement reconnue, a fait ce dessin pour l’initiative Dialogues pour un Canada vert. Il exprime sa vision d`un futur possible faisant place à un développement durable.