Tyler Tarnoczi specializes in carbon policy analysis, forecasting and capital planning integration, ESG-related investor issues, carbon market compliance and voluntary offsets strategy development, and assessing low-carbon business opportunities. Tyler’s research is focused on corporate disclosure of climate-related financial risk, carbon liability forecasting and compliance optimization, and GHG markets. Tyler holds a BSc in Environmental Science with a concentration in Chemistry from the University of Calgary, a Master of Natural Resources Management degree from the University of Manitoba, a Master of Business Administration degree with a specialization in Finance from the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business, has completed the International Management program at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, and is a Chartered Financial Analyst, Level III Candidate.
Addressing competitiveness of emissions-intensive and trade-exposed sectors: a review of Alberta's carbon pricing system
This paper assesses mechanisms used under the CCIR to address competitiveness-driven carbon leakage for emissions-intensive and trade-exposed sectors with a focus on Alberta’s oil and gas industry.