March 25, 2018March 25, 2018Read more
What is macro-critical resilience? What are the Talanoa open dialogues? What is going on below the surface of the international negotiations? Watch our March CCL Education call with Joseph Robertson, Global Director at Citizens’ Climate Lobby to find out more.
January 8, 2018January 8, 2018Read more
Climate action is a worldwide, collaborative effort. CCL Vancouver Group Leader Marlo Firme makes the case for how partnership between close trading partners like Canada and the U.S. can lead to more robust, effective, and lower cost GHG reductions.
October 4, 2017
Media Release: Environment Commissioner Says Canada Will Not Meet Its 2030 Target: Canada Can Bend the Curve With A Strong Carbon Pricing PolicyOctober 4, 2017Read more
On Tuesday in her yearly report, Julie Gelfand, Canada’s Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development, warned that the federal government must put its plan to cut greenhouse gases and adapt to climate change into concrete action to mitigate the catastrophic effects of wildfires, floods and extreme weather events
May 8, 2017May 8, 2017Read more
CCL’s IT Director and State Level Policy Coordinator Tony Sirna discusses changes to California’s cap and trade system that are making it look like CCL USA’s proposed carbon fee and dividend.
January 24, 2017January 24, 2017Read more
CCL Canadians created a pan-Canadian artistic response in defense of the Pan-Canadian Framework for Clean Growth and Climate Change. Cathy Orlando (Sudbury) and Gerry Labelle (Nickel Belt) wrote a colloquy that highlights why they are hopeful about Canada transitioning to a low carbon economy. The contents are based on…
January 18, 2017January 18, 2017Read more
As Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission pointed out in a blog on November 11: “Smart, well-designed carbon pricing that addresses competitiveness concerns still makes economic and environmental sense,” adding “for now, keep calm, and carry on.” With both economic and environmental incentives, backed by strong public support, keeping calm…