Economic Stimulus with Renewable Energy?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

While it's hard to believe right now that anything good might come out of this worldwide crisis, there will be some things. And for those who've been keeping an eye on the environment - particularly as it relates to energy - the realization that we can do less to harm it points to a potential opportunity. To discuss this, The Agenda welcomes Céline Bak, president and founder of Analytica Advisors; Stewart Elgie, founder and chair of the Smart Prosperity Institute; and Brendan Haley, policy director at Carleton University's Efficiency Canada.
Episode:
Environmental Renewal; Daily Life's New Normal
Aired:
May 20, 2020
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