February 1, 2020February 1, 2020Read more
1. Governments should evaluate whether their policies are stringent enough to meet targets, and close any gaps.
2. If governments wish to meet their climate goals at least cost, they should rely on increasingly stringent carbon pricing.
3. If policymakers choose not to close the gap to Canada’s emissions…
October 21, 2018October 21, 2018Read more
The take-home message in working with the Pembina policy simulator is that, in agreement with the consensus of climate change economists, carbon pricing is an essential core component of a cost-effective climate plan.
April 19, 2018
SPECIAL EARTH DAY MEDIA RELEASE: Frequently asked questions about the climate crisis, Canada and carbon pricingApril 19, 2018Read more
Canada is at a crossroads which will determine our role in creating the climate conditions of our planet for the next 150 years. In the next 18 months, Canada will have four critical elections in Ontario, Quebec, Alberta and a national election. Fortunately, the majority of Canadians understand climate change….
September 25, 2017September 25, 2017Read more
The Ecofiscal Commission agrees with CCL that carbon pricing is the most cost effective way to reduce GHGs in almost all cases, and “should do most of the heavy lifting.” However, even a well designed carbon pricing system may benefit from complementary policies such as regulations, subsidies, education and…
April 12, 2017April 12, 2017Read more
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…