Carbon Tax – Cap and Trade
Never mind international targets, Canada is having trouble meeting even its internal climate goals.
Read this Dec. 5 story from The New York Times on a new report by the environmental data company CDP which shows that at least 29 large American companies are incorporating a price on carbon into their long-term financial plans...
Japan's decision to drastically scale back its target for reducing greenhouse gas emissions could hurt efforts to craft a global deal to fight climate change, delegates at U.N. talks said Friday.
BC Premier Christy Clark defends the massive carbon footprint associated with her government's plan to build an LNG industry, making the province's ambitious climate targets impossible to meet.
The Typhoon Haiyan tragedy in the Philippines provides a timely reminder for our political leaders of the urgency for global action on climate change, on the eve of the latest climate summit in Warsaw, Poland.
With a new global climate talks this week in Poland, Stephen Harper has a chance to redeem himself for years of failed leadership - as a new poll shows the issue is of real importance to Canadians.
BC is caught between a rock and a hard place in balancing its hunger for a burgeoning liquefied natural gas industry and meeting its ambitious 2007 greenhouse gas pollution-reduction targets.
A global carbon budget being recommended by the world's leading scientific panel on climate change would severely undermine Canada's fossil fuel-based economic vision.
Germany blocked the introduction of tougher EU emissions rules for cars shortly after Chancellor Angela Merkel's party received a large donation from three major BMW shareholders.
A report presented to the UN indicates BC is meeting targets to cut greenhouse gases, but environmental leaders say that won't last - even if the province sets up a smokescreen to hide massive LNG emissions.