Carbon Tax – Cap and Trade
British Columbians have every reason to be mad at the Trudeau government's approval of PNWLNG - but no reason to be surprised, says Rafe Mair. It's been all downhill since those bold promises on the campaign trail and in Paris.
Elizabeth May calls the recent Paris climate deal “a masterful balancing act” between the ideal and practical. Ray Grigg on the imperfect, yet laudable and achievable agreement.
China's falling emissions, US and EU cleantech leadership are cause for optimism re: climate change.
Global pressure is building on countries like Canada to agree to binding climate targets.
Justin Trudeau is following the Liberal Party's long pattern of doing nothing to combat climate change, says a former federal government insider.
From billions in coastal property damage to the effects of extreme weather on food production and the heat on productivity, The Economist calculates the cost of ignoring climate change.
Canadian PM Stephen Harper believes tackling climate change would harm the economy, but the World Bank disagrees - saying it would foster global growth.
The Obama EPA on Monday rolled out a plan to cut carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by 30 per cent by 2030 - the first national limit on greenhouse gases.
The actuarial sciences of the insurance industry have identified an implacable reality and placed a tax on carbon emissions. For anyone who wants insurance, payment is unavoidable.
The European Union has made some big strides toward a green economy. As member states debate their bold next steps, Canada has much to learn from the leader in renewable energy and climate action.