By the numbers: 1.
Solar photovoltaic (PV) solar panels are more than twice as expensive to install as conventional panels in the United States.
Solar panels are cheaper to install in Canada than in the U.S. 3.
Canada’s PV solar market is expected to grow by 7.5% annually over the next decade.
U.K. solar is expected cost $1,000 less than the average in the EU and Germany.
China’s average cost for a home solar panel is $30,000.
China is the world’s largest producer of solar energy and the largest consumer of solar panel modules.
China plans to invest $3 billion into solar PV this year.
U-turn on carbon pricing, the U-20 climate agreement and other U.N. climate pledges will cost the U of T $30 billion this year, or about $11.5 billion per year.
There are more solar panels installed in the Philippines than anywhere else in the world.
The average U.B.C. student earns $8,000 per year but is only able to access up to $4,000 in scholarships, or almost $12,000 annually.
Australia’s government has committed to reduce its carbon emissions by 25% below 1990 levels by 2020.
The U.P. has committed more than $500 million to clean up the Great Barrier Reef.
Australia and Brazil are the only two countries that have joined the Paris Agreement on climate change.
China has pledged to clean-up its entire coastline by 2020 and is investing $1 billion to do so. 15.
Australia is a member of the European Union, and China has ratified the Paris Climate Agreement.
In Australia, the federal government has spent more than a billion dollars in the past three years on climate initiatives.
In China, more than 1.8 million people have been killed due to climate change-related disasters since 2000.
China had the fastest rate of coal burning in the World in 2013.
China currently burns over a million tonnes of coal annually.
The United States, Canada and Mexico are the top three emitters of carbon dioxide.
China produces almost three-quarters of the world total of greenhouse gases.
The world is home to more than one billion people.
The Great Barrier and its reefs are one of the planet’s greatest natural wonders.
China was the third-largest importer of oil in 2014, overtaking Russia.
China exported more than 20 billion tonnes of crude oil last year.
Canada exports more than 30 billion tonnes a year.
Mexico imports about one-third of its oil.
Mexico is one of only three countries to import oil from a member state of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).
Mexico’s oil exports to the United Kingdom increased by 8% last year, compared to 2014.
Mexico has been the biggest single contributor to the oil price in the last two years.
The cost of a U.G. shale gas well has increased by 20% since the beginning of 2015.
In 2015, oil and gas producers in Alberta had the most production in the province, followed by British Columbia and Newfoundland and Labrador.
Canada exported almost half of its crude oil to Saudi Arabia.
Mexico exported $9 billion worth of crude to the Middle East last year alone.
Canada has the world lead in exports of liquefied natural gas.
In 2016, China overtook the United Arab Emirates to become the world leader in liquefying natural gas exports.
In 2014, the United Nations climate change accord was ratified by a record number of countries.
China signed a pact with the European Commission on Thursday to address climate change and to build more coal-fired power plants.
Canada and the U,K.
signed a landmark agreement on climate action on Thursday.
Canada is one the first countries to sign an international treaty on climate.
In the United State, the country is the first to commit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2020 from 2005 levels.
The US will be the first country to meet its Paris climate agreement.
Mexico will have the most greenhouse gas reductions by 2030.
In India, the government has vowed to cut emissions by at least 25% by 2030 and to end fossil fuel subsidies.
In Europe, the EU has committed an ambitious 2030 climate plan, including carbon pricing and an emissions trading scheme.
In Canada, the Liberals have promised to invest at least $1.6 billion in solar and wind energy by 2020 to reduce the carbon footprint of the province.
In Germany, the German government