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  • Discussing Nova Scotia’s Cap and Trade Program with Dr. Louise Comeau

    Dr. Louise Comeau is an experienced leader in the field of communicating climate change and analysing climate policy. She has been working on climate change since 1990. Her recent paper on Nova Scotia’s Cap and Trade program sparked us to invite her to a call with us and we were not disappointed. The insights she offered will help us tremendously going forward.

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  • CCL Canada Education with Dr. Keshav: Solar + Storage + IoT + LED = $30 Trillion

    Caterina Lindman of CCL Kitchener- Waterloo facilitated an hour-long teleconference calls with Dr. Keshav. He presented evidence that the planet is on the cusp of a $30 trillion dollar clean tech revolution. In discussions with our volunteers it became obvious that if Canada wants to play in this market we need a price on carbon.

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  • BC Election: Climate Action Counts

    The Nelson–West Kootenay Chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) has prepared this summary of major party platforms on climate action to help you better understand your choices. CCL is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organization focused on creating the political will for a livable planet.
    The material presented here is taken from published sources, and every effort has been made to ensure accuracy. In presenting this information for voters, CCL does not support any political party.

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  • CCL Education: An Honest Conversation about Electricity Prices in Ontario with Mike Schreiner – April 13, 2017

    GPO leader Mike Schreiner eloquently lined up various elements of Ontario’s electricity system and discussed with CCL Ontario members a long term vision for Ontario’s electricity system.

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  • MEDIA RELEASE: Earth Day and Beyond Let’s Talk Carbon Pricing

    Sudbury ON: Climate change is real, it is us, it is bad and there is hope. Where is the hope? It is a solvable problem. Pricing carbon pollution is key and we don’t have to burden the taxpayer. Canadians need to know that our country’s current greenhouse gas targets and plans do not match the size of the problem and are woefully inadequate.

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