Biofuels Page ContentAs Canada and more markets around the world choose canola-based biofuels (biodiesel and renewable diesel), the Canadian canola industry has a big opportunity to meet demand. Canola is a high-quality, domestically sourced, sustainable biofuel feedstock that can play a key role in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in transportation fuel. Development of a Clean Fuel Standard in Canada CCGA is currently participating in the development of the federal Clean Fuel Standard (CFS), being led by Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC). The intention of this regulation is to achieve 30 Mt of annual reductions in GHG emissions by 2030, contributing to Canada's effort to achieve its overall GHG mitigation target of 30% emission reduction below 2005 levels by 2030.Canola biofuels have an important role in helping to reduce emissions from the transport sector in Canada. Further information on this process is on the Government of Canada's website: Clean Fuel Standard.Letters and submissions to Environment and Climate Change Canada: Clean Fuel Standard Development – Land Use, Biodiversity Criteria and Life Cycle Analysis Model (July 2020) Clean Fuel Standard Sustainability Criteria (April 2019) Clean Fuel Standard: Comments on Regulatory Design Paper (January 2019) Clean Fuel Standard (November 2018) Clean Fuel Standard: Discussion Paper Response (April 2017) Biofuels in Canada Annual Report (April 2019) — a comprehensive tracking and analysis of biofuel use, feedstocks, and GHG emissions reductions.Canadian Canola: Growing low-carbon transportation solutions (September 2018) — a broad overview of Canadian canola’s current position in domestic and international biofuel markets.