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Figures and Tables

Figures

Figure 1: Objectives and considerations for complementary climate policies
Figure 2: A Venn diagram of market barriers and failures
Figure 3: Complementary policies and the marginal abatement cost curve
Figure 4: Considerations for assessing the complementarity of climate policies
Figure 5: Framework for policy evaluation
Figure 6: Implications of a policy’s rationale and interactions with carbon pricing policiess
Figure 7: Implications of policy design for e ectiveness and cost-e ectivenesss
Figure 8: Benchmarking implicit carbon prices
Figure 9: Benchmarking the implicit carbon price of federal policy on methane emissions
in the oil and gas sector
Figure 10: Breakdown of net social mitigation costs for Quebec’s PEV subsidies
Figure 11: Benchmarking the implicit carbon price of Quebec’s PEV subsidies
Figure 12: Possible mitigation costs under Alberta’s coal phase-out policy
Figure 13: Benchmarking the implicit carbon price of Alberta’s electricity-sector policies

Tables

Table 1: Examples of additional, non-pricing GHG policies in Canada
Table 2: Common policy “gaps” with carbon pricing
Table 3: Market failures that justify signal-boosting policies
Table 3: Market failures that justify signal-boosting policies (continued)
Table 3: Market failures that justify signal-boosting policies (continued)
Table 4: Policies that offer both GHG reductions and non-GHG co-benefits
Table 5: Guiding questions for describing key policy characteristics
Table 6: Key characteristics of federal policy on methane emissions in the oil and gas sector
Table 7: Expected performance of federal regulations on methane emissions in the oil and gas sector
Table 8: Expected emission reductions and costs resulting from federal policy on methane emissions in the oil
and gas sector
Table 9: Key characteristics of Quebec’s policy on PEV subsidies
Table 10: Expected effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Quebec’s PEV subsidies
Table 11: Expected emissions reductions and costs resulting from Quebec’s PEV subsidies
Table 12: Key characteristics of Alberta’s coal phase-out policy
Table 13: Expected effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Alberta’s coal phase-out
Table 14: Expected emissions reductions and costs resulting from Alberta’s coal phase-out

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