Carbon Talks resources provide the starting point for an informed, in-depth, structured dialogue around issues relating to the low-carbon economy. Dialogue reports present the recommendations and thoughts that emerge from Carbon Talks invitational dialogue sessions on issues ranging from district energy to transportation policy - dialogues framed by corresponding discussion guides. Timelines are a way of tracking the history of certain low-carbon issues in Canada from green municipal policy in Vancouver to the growth of the energy biomass sector.
Unless otherwise noted, all Carbon Talks documents are released under a Creative Commons attribution, non-commercial license. You are free to make use of these materials for non-commercial purposes, but please credit Carbon Talks and the SFU Centre for Dialogue.
- Dialogue Reports Reports on the discussions and recommendations emerging from our invitational dialogues. read more
- Discussion Guides Discussion guides provide a starting point for in-depth dialogue on topics and issues related to the low-carbon economy. read more
- Timelines Interactive timelines detailing the history of some of the major themes relating to green buildings, transportation, energy, governance, and other issues around the low-carbon economy. read more
- Other Resources Other reports and documents produced or co-produced by Carbon Talks. read more