September 15, 2017September 15, 2017Read more
The predictability of the BC carbon tax hike is key to de-risking clean tech adoption. De-risking is exactly what it sounds like: as fossil fuels become steadily more expensive, clean tech will become a predictably less risky investment. That will encourage more clean tech adoption and continue to drive down emissions.
July 27, 2017July 27, 2017Read more
“Thank you, Mom, for doing this crucially important work as a climate activist. Your recent training as a Climate Reality Leader is inspiring, and serves as a reminder of the imperative of taking action, no matter your age or place in life, on behalf of a better future for…
April 20, 2017April 20, 2017Read more
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…
January 27, 2017
CCL Canada Education: CARBON TAXES OR CAP AND TRADE TO REDUCE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS with Dr. Nicholas RiversJanuary 27, 2017Read more
Now that we have a national carbon price in Canada, we have questions about cap and trade vs carbon taxes and how they will be coordinated. Dr. Nicholas Rivers, Canada Research Chair in Climate and Energy Policy, obliged our volunteers.
September 21, 2016September 21, 2016Read more
If Canada’s national carbon price is truly effective in preserving a liveable world, this could be a historic moment and a time to celebrate. CCL wishes the Minister godspeed and we want her to know we have her back on carbon pricing.
April 9, 2016April 9, 2016Read more
Briana Smith Citizens’ Climate Lobby world headquarters recently sent an email asking for help, “A very detail oriented mayor in California would like to know why didn’t the rest of Canada adopt BC’s version of CFD? Great question and here is our answer: