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Youth Policy Design Winner

This climate policy plan was developed by the founder of and was the winning submission of the 2019 Youth Energy Policy Design Competition hosted by the Pembina Institute.

This plan recommends five complementary and synergistic policies creating an optimal pathway to reduce Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions by 80% in 2050 from 2005 levels while also providing significant social and economic benefits to Canadians.

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Canada’s Energy Policy Simulator

The Energy Policy Simulator (EPS) is Canada’s first free, open-source tool giving you a chance to see how energy and climate policies influence emissions across the country. From carbon pricing to mass transit to building efficiency, this tool allows users to gain a deeper understanding of how Canada can lower carbon emissions and meet our international climate commitments.

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Climate Policy Simulator

About is a free online resource created to help Canadian home and property owners utilize natural resources to produce energy, as well as to help them use and manage their energy sustainably.

Our ultimate vision to to create a Global Sustainable Energy Market – that is a globally connected energy market which does not interfere with nature’s inherent ability to sustain life. Visit our about page for more.

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Rylan graduated in 2017 from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Science in Toxicology and a minor in Entrepreneurship. He is currently completing his Master of Science in Sustainability Management at the University of Toronto (expected 2020).

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