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Found 10 records similar to 2022 Reports of the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development—Report 2—Greening Government Strategy
This audit focused on whether Natural Resources Canada designed the Onshore Program of the Emissions Reduction Fund to ensure that the anticipated reductions of greenhouse gas emissions in the oil and gas sector after 2023 would be credible and sustainable. The report also examined whether the department conducted due diligence technical and financial assessments of each applicant’s project submission, including the assessment of how each contribution would represent value for money.
This audit focused on whether Fisheries and Oceans Canada, in collaboration with others, protected selected aquatic species assessed as at risk.
This audit focused on whether Environment and Climate Change Canada ensured that carbon pricing systems in Canada were applied effectively, fairly, and transparently.
This audit focused on whether Infrastructure Canada designed and implemented a Climate Lens approach to designated projects under selected funding programs, and whether investments under these programs contributed to more resilient, less carbon-intensive, and inclusive infrastructure investments.
This audit focused on whether Natural Resources Canada, working with Employment and Social Development Canada and partners, had prepared to support workers and their communities for a just transition to a low-carbon economy. It also examined whether Natural Resources Canada, Employment and Social Development Canada, the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, and Prairies Economic Development Canada had adequately supported a just transition for workers and communities affected by the accelerated federal phase-out of coal-fired electricity.
This audit focused on whether Natural Resources Canada, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, and Atomic Energy of Canada Limited adequately managed low- and intermediate-level radioactive waste.
This audit focused on whether Health Canada ensured that natural health products available for sale in Canada were safe and accurately represented to consumers.
This audit focused on whether Environment and Climate Change Canada and Natural Resources Canada comprehensively assessed the role that hydrogen should play as a pathway to reach Canada’s climate commitments.
This review focused on whether federal departments and agencies contributed to meeting the 2016–2019 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy’s goals of healthy coasts and oceans, pristine lakes and rivers, and sustainable food, as applicable to each organization.
This review of the 2021 Progress Report on the 2019 to 2022 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy includes an assessment of the fairness of the information used to track progress against targets, contextual indicators, short-term milestones, and key priorities that are contained in the progress report and are related to the federal strategy’s 13 goals.