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…
April 3, 2017April 3, 2017Read more
Big thanks to Joanne Light for her leadership in creating a document that highlights how woefully inadequate Nova Scotia’s GHG emissions target are and offering specific suggestions to make Nova Scotia’s climate plan better. Special thanks to Brian Gifford, Andy Blair, and Peggy Cameron for working on the…
October 18, 2016October 18, 2016Read more
Premier McNeil needs to connect the dots between carbon pricing and severe weather. All provinces will have a carbon price by 2018 and that just happens to be an election year for McNeil. That carbon dividend cheque has political will and election written all over it.
April 18, 2016
OPEN LETTER: Anti-Poverty, Fair Economy, Labour and Environmental Advocates Agree on Five Key Principles for a Made-in-Nova Scotia Carbon Pricing SystemApril 18, 2016Read more
APRIL 18, 2016 Premier McNeil and Finance Minister Delorey, The dramatic social and economic costs of a changing climate are well-documented, requiring an immediate and multi-pronged strategy on the part of governments to meet the challenges faced today, which will continue to intensify for future generations. Canada’s commitment to...
March 3, 2016March 3, 2016Read more
Across Canada in 2016 our volunteers are advocating for carbon fee and dividend. Betsy’s letter Minister Delorey exemplifies the CCL Way of respect of service and seeking common ground.
February 10, 2015
Nova Scotia can be a cutting edge world leader in carbon reductions with a socially just carbon pricing system called Carbon Fee and DividendFebruary 10, 2015Read more