Pembina Institute

Founding Year: 1986

Staff: 51

Budget: $6 m (2019)

Linda Coady (Executive Director)

Is an organization that aims to “lead Canada’s transition to clean energy” by providing expertise to industry and government leaders. The Institute was formed after the Lodgepole sour gas blowout killed two people and polluted the air for weeks. It maintains a speakers’ bureau and engages in consulting, research, and convening.

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Pembina Institute contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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