Response to Bill 88 The Saskatchewan First Act
December 15, 2022 — Letter to Premier Scott Moe, Minister of Justice Bronwyn Eyre, and Minister of the Environment Dana Skoropad expressing deep concern about the provisions related to greenhouse gas regulation and environmental standards in Bill 88 The Saskatchewan First Act
25 Recommendations for GHG Emissions Reduction in SK
November 4, 2021 — Letter, including 25 recommendations, to Premier Moe and Environment Minister Kaeding on reducing GHG emissions in SK
Ask Your Candidates: Provincial Edition
Questions about climate change to ask the candidates in your constituency leading up to the 2020 provincial election.
Ask Your Candidates: Saskatoon Edition
Questions about climate change to ask the candidates in your municipal ward leading up to Saskatoon's 2020 election.
Letter expressing concern about SK’s increased oil production targets
February 12, 2020 — SES letter expressing concern about increased oil production targets by Saskatchewan’s provincial government.
Response to Saskatoon’s Low Emissions Community Plan
August 2019 — SES response to the Low Emissions Community Plan prepared by the City of Saskatoon
Report Card on the SK government’s GHG Reduction Plans
December 2018 — SES assessment of the Saskatchewan government’s greenhouse gas reduction plans
Observed Effects of Climate Change in the Global Community
December 2018 — Factsheet about the observed effects of climate change in the global community
Early Warning Signs of Climate Change in SK
December 2018 — Factsheet about the early signs of climate change in Saskatchewan
Recommendations from “Prairie Resilience” Is Not Enough
December 2018 — One to two-page excerpts from the SES Report: “Prairie Resilience” Is Not Enough
“Prairie Resilience” Is Not Enough
December 2018 — SES Report: “Prairie Resilience” Is Not Enough (SES’s response to the Saskatchewan government’s climate change plan)
Why Should I Reduce My Emissions and How? (Infographic)
Part 4/4: Infographic about reducing your personal greenhouse gas emissions
What does Canada’s Carbon Pricing Backstop Mean for You? (Infographic)
Part 3/4: Infographic about how Canada's carbon pricing backstop applies to you
What is Canada’s Carbon Pricing Plan? (Infographic)
Part 2/4: Infographic about Canada's carbon pricing plan
What is Carbon Pricing? (Infographic)
Part 1/4: Infographic about carbon pricing in a Saskatchewan context
Response to the SK Ministry of Environment on Prairie Resilience
March 2018 — Written Comments to the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment on the Prairie Resilience Document
Carbon Pricing FAQs
2017 — FAQs: Carbon pricing is one way to take action on climate change.
Planning for the Transition
2017 — SES Report: Planning for the Transition in a Carbon Constrained World: Lessons from the Literature for Saskatchewan.
Comments on Proposed Federal Carbon Pricing Backstop
June 30, 2017 — Comments from the Saskatchewan Environmental Society on the Technical Paper (May 18, 2017) on the Federal Carbon Pricing Backstop.
Oil & Gas Methane Emissions FAQs
2017 — FAQs: Methane (CH4) is an important greenhouse gas because it has the ability to trap more heat than carbon dioxide.
Comments on Proposed Methane Regulations
July 13, 2017 — Comments from the Saskatchewan Environmental Society on the Proposed Regulation Respecting Reduction in the Release of Methane and Certain Volatile Organic Compounds (Upstream Oil & Gas Sector).
Response to Saskatchewan’s Climate Change White Paper
2016 — Report: The Saskatchewan government released their Climate Change White Paper on October 18, 2016. The White Paper is positioned as an “alternative approach to Prime Minister Trudeau’s national carbon tax” (Government of Saskatchewan, 2016).
Recommendations for City of Regina GHG Emissions Reduction
April 21, 2016 — Suggestions for Community-Wide Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction in the City of Regina.
Recommendations for City of Saskatoon GHG Emissions Reduction
October 28, 2015 — Recommendations for a Municipal Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Strategy for the City of Saskatoon Focused On Community-Wide Emissions
Lettter to Premier Wall on GHG Reduction
December 11, 2015 — Letter to Premier Wall on a Proposal for a Province-wide Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategy.
SES Brief to Environment Minister Cox
2015 — Brief to Hon. Herb Cox regarding SES’s work in Saskatchewan and current policy issues facing our province.
Building an Environmentally Sustainable Future for Saskatchewan
March 2015 — Report: Building an Environmentally Sustainable Future for Saskatchewan: Saskatchewan’s Role in Global Climate Change, Biodiversity Loss and Nuclear Weapons Proliferation, and the Policy Measures Needed to Change Course and Chart a Sustainable Future.
Executive Summary: Building an Environmentally Sustainable Future for Saskatchewan
March 2015 — Executive Summary: Building an Environmentally Sustainable Future for Saskatchewan: Saskatchewan’s Role in Global Climate Change, Biodiversity Loss and Nuclear Weapons Proliferation, and the Policy Measures Needed to Change Course and Chart a Sustainable Future.
Yes They Can: A 2020 Vision For SaskPower
May 16, 2013 — SES Report: Yes They Can: A 2020 Vision for SaskPower regarding greenhouse gas emissions reduction.
Climate Change PowerPoint
Clicking the “More Information” link will download the PowerPoint presentation to your computer.
Saskatchewan Citizens Hearings on Climate Change Report
2014 — Report from the Saskatchewan Citizens’ Hearings on Climate Change, which took place in Saskatoon on November 1 and 2, 2013.
Letter on Climate Change to Minister Cheveldayoff
April 19, 2013 — Letter to Premier Wall and Minister Cheveldayoff regarding the latest climate change developments, and the very significant risks that climate change poses to young people in Saskatchewan and around the world.