This article discusses how Canada is becoming a leader among G20 for plan to phase out coal. While Canada ranks high when it comes to phasing out coal, it lags others on renewable energy.
Canada is one of the world’s leaders when it comes to phasing out the use of coal power, according to a global report, that shows the country substantially reduced its energy supply from coal over a five-year period.
Canada — along with European countries France, Italy and the U.K. — lead the group of G20 countries when it comes to plans compatible with the Paris Agreement to phase out coal by 2030, said Climate Transparency in the report. The agency is made up of 14 global environmental groups that track climate action among the G20.