The Climate Change and Emissions Management Fund Administration Regulation came into effect in 2007 to designate the Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation
as a delegated authority and establish the corporation’s obligations to the Minister of Environment and Parks regarding investment of funds transferred from the
Climate Change and Emissions Management Fund to the corporation and their reporting requirements. These funds must support initiatives that reduce greenhouse gas
emissions or improve Alberta’s ability to adapt to climate change.
For more information on investing in science, technology and innovation and the Climate Change and Emissions Management Fund and Corporation, see:
Updated: Aug 25, 2015