July 23, 2018July 23, 2018Read more
It is our right as Ontarians to be consulted. In fact, it is a very precious right as Ontario is one of only two jurisdictions in the world with participatory rights under an Environmental Bill of Rights
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.
April 27, 2017April 27, 2017Read more
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…
March 30, 2017March 30, 2017Read more
Constituents met with 8 provincial parliamentarians face to face and the staff of four others. Of note, they met face-to-face with the Ontario Energy Minister, the Honourable Glenn Thibeault and the opposition critics for Environment and Climate Change: Ted Arnott (Progressive Conservative of Ontario) and Peter Tabuns (New Democratic…
March 20, 2017March 20, 2017Read more
Frankly, Canada’s current carbon price of $50 per tonne by 2022 won’t be enough to meet Canada’s goal of reducing emissions to 30% below 2005 levels by 2030. As well, this goal is woefully inadequate. If every country adopted Canada’s targets, this would not keep warming below 2oC,…
February 28, 2017
CCL Canada Education: A discussion about Quebec and California’s Cap and Trade Program with Dr. Mark Purdon of IQ CarboneFebruary 28, 2017Read more
Citizens’ Climate Lobby Canada lobbies for a carbon fee and dividend. The Pan-Canadian Framework on Climate Change and Clean Energy allows for provinces to choose their own carbon pricing policy. Mark Purdon introduced us to the complex cap and trade program and answered our questions.