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  • Laser Talk: Our US-Canada Regulatory Cooperation Council Submission

    Our submission indicated that priority should be given to determining whether comprehensive and comparable carbon pricing in Canada and the U.S. can protect genuinely vulnerable firms or sectors while eliminating the need for support measures, some of which may already be in place, that increase the costs GHG reductions to the economy.

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    Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada
  • BLOG: Finding Hope at COP24

    As I write these words, I know they won’t make much of difference because the solution to the climate crisis is on the ground action and not more words, blogs, books,  social media posts, and especially the circular-firing-squad arguments that exhaust people. Get out of social media, unless of course you an expert at troll-smashing and it does not get under your skin.

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    Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada
  • MEDIA RELEASE: Climate Changes Everything: Including in Northern Ontario

    Canadians live in one of the richest countries the world has ever known. The climate crisis is really urgent, yet Canada, and now especially Ontario are not doing their part to solve this crisis.
    There are solutions. And within those solutions lie huge business opportunities – so much so that the Canadian Chamber of Commerce solidly endorsed carbon pricing as well as the Canadian Medical Association and the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment.

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    Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada
  • ICYMI: A wrap up of 2018

    We are an action-oriented organization, not a think-tank. Humans have had 30 years of pep-talks and a deluge of climate facts.  Bold and consistent actions by our volunteers over the last eight years have produced incredible results. Thank you, everyone, for daring greatly and being the journey with us from me to we! Action is where hope resides.

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    Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada
  • UPDATED MEDIA RELEASE – Friday For Future Youth Climate Strikes in Nine Canadian Cities during COP24

    “Why should we go to school if there is going to be no future? The climate crisis is solvable, yet some adults are jeopardizing our future by blocking real action. They are not listening to experts nor cooperating. They are behaving like bullies. Because of their bad behaviour, they would unleash massive suffering on people and animals. What should we do? We must be brave like Greta Thunberg in Sweden and strike from school. Together, we can stand up to these bullies. Cut class on Friday, December 7, 2018, organize a protest and register your event NOW, and…

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    Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada