Canada's pathway to net-zero GHG emissions by 2050 is now set in law!
Parents fought hard for Bill C-12 to be debated, amended, and passed - and they succeeded. The Canadian Net-Zero Emissions Accountability Act passed on June 29, 2021.
Legislation is the first step. Now, we get to hold the government accountable for following the law. Here's how:
Is policy your thing?
Read Bill C-12 (it won't take long, we promise) and stay on top of what the government has to report and when. The timeline below will help.
Looking for a way to share your thoughts?
The Net-Zero Advisory Body is holding regular public consultations - join their mailing list to keep up to date. Here's a sample of what FOK teams submitted to NZAB's first public consultation in Dec. 2021.
Are you a real people person?
Engage in conversation with your friends, family, neighbours, work colleagues, or strangers on the bus. We all have a part to play in getting Canada to net-zero as urgently as possible. The more people know about it, the better.