November 20, 2018
OPEN LETTER: The Government of Ontario Has Made a Huge Mistake Axing the Office of our Environmental WatchdogNovember 20, 2018Read more
Without a properly function oversight and transparency, Ontario is at risk of joining the ranks of Russia, USA, and Saudi Arabia in their level of commitment to the climate crisis. Is this what we want Ontario: to be in the ranks of Trump, Putin, and Saudi Royalty?
May 31, 2018
MEDIA RELEASE: Climate Change and the Ontario Election – One of These Parties is Not Like the OthersMay 31, 2018Read more
The Liberals, Greens and NDP all have detailed carbon pricing policies and mechanisms for protecting the poor and middle class as the carbon price ramps up. The PCs has not been forthcoming with their plans for combating climate change.
February 11, 2018February 11, 2018Read more
Could carbon fee and dividend help fill the conservative gap? Carbon fee and dividend is economically efficient which will appeal to the current voters and addresses climate change and thereby could fill the gap of those concerned about climate change, including younger voters.
April 13, 2016April 13, 2016Read more
Read about how opportunity is knocking. Political will for a low carbon economy and carbon pricing is beginning to manifest in unlikely places . Read more about it in CCL Canada’s Earth Day 2016 Editorial Packet.
March 31, 2016March 31, 2016Read more
Dear Patrick: I was truly encouraged to hear your commitment at the recent Ontario PC Convention to support carbon pricing, and especially calling for revenue neutrality … It was courageous of you to do so, especially as cries of “no” were heard as you proclaimed “Climate change is…
March 7, 2016March 7, 2016Read more
The leader of the Ontario Progressive Party, Patrick Brown, by his declaration of the urgency of the climate crisis and a need for carbon pricing, has effectively brought the conservative voice to Canada’s carbon pricing table, and that is a very good thing.