Marking the Way: How Legislating Climate Milestones Clarifies Pathways to Long-Term Goals

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Report by Canadian Institute for Climate Choices sets down how “climate accountability frameworks can help bridge the gap between medium- and long-term goals and the policy action required to achieve
them. They break long-term greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction targets into interim milestones. They establish clear governance structures and processes for linking milestones to policy actions. And they hold governments to account for policy implementation by requiring regular, transparent taking stock, progress reports, and—if necessary—action plans to help correct course.” BC Climate Plan is an important case study, read more here.

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