CREDDO will represent the Outaouais at the first National Climate Action Forum
Article published on 18 January 2021
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The Regional Council for the Environment and Sustainable Development in the Outaouais (CREDDO), will participate in the first National Climate Action Forum, a virtual event from January 25 to 29 that will bring together more than 500 socio-economic, municipal, regional and government decision-makers and professionals already engaged or wishing to engage in climate action.

Organized by the National Group of Regional Environmental Councils of Quebec (RNCREQ), the forum will promote concrete projects implemented in all regions of Quebec to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), increase community resilience and the emergence of a green economy. CREDDO will present (among others) its project around the electric vehicle implemented with its regional partners. “Over the next 6 years, $ 6.7 billion would be invested for the energy transition and more less for adaptation to climate change. In proportion to the population of the Outaouais, we are therefore entitled to claim 300 million dollars for investment in the Outaouais, ”explained CREDDO Director General Benoit Delage.

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