The Alberta NDP government announced a $1.4-billion plan towards climate change over seven years.
The plan is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through innovation and technology.
Where will the money be spent?
Via Calgary Herald:
The biggest chunk of the funding, which will be doled out over seven years, sees $440 million earmarked for oilsands projects that will help companies increase production while reducing emissions.
The new fund will also see $225 million available across sectors for projects that support climate change technology, $240 million for industrial energy-efficiency measures, $63 million for bioenergy, and $400 million in loan guarantees to support efficiency and renewable-energy measures.
Most of the funds will come from increased Carbon Tax every year.
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