Governments Urged to End Expensive Emissions-Reduction Policies

Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission recommends letting biofuels stand on their own, without support from government subsidies
Posted On 05 Oct 2016

Federal Government Announces Pan-Canadian Pricing on Carbon

Under the new plan a "floor" carbon price of $10 a tonne will be in place by 2018, rising to $50 a tonne by 2022.
Posted On 03 Oct 2016
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Carbon pricing efforts are falling short, OECD

Canada is about to set a national price for carbon but current carbon prices are falling short of the levels needed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions says the OECD
Posted On 26 Sep 2016
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Global energy investment decline signals move towards cleaner energy

A new IEA report shows the electricity sector leading a broad reorientation of energy investment but warns more is needed to meet climate targets and energy security concerns
Posted On 18 Sep 2016
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Carbon Taxes Can Cut Emissions and Grow the Economy

New Research: Economic growth can be protected by Carbon Tax, while reducing GHG emissions
Posted On 07 Sep 2016
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B.C.’s Long Awaited Climate Leadership Plan Released

Plan seeks to cut emissions while growing the economy, but many elements are yet to be finalized
Posted On 19 Aug 2016
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The Volatile History of Crude Oil Markets – Infographic

This infographic serves as the perfect primer for the questions you had on oil, yet were afraid to ask
Posted On 13 Jul 2016
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Race is on to feed warming world

Scientists warn that plant breeders will need to accelerate development schedules if they are to ensure the ever-growing population can be fed as global temperatures rise.
Posted On 23 Jun 2016
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