August 19, 2018August 19, 2018Read more
In an August 2018 Nature paper, it was reported that natural variabilities will make an already warming planet even hotter from 2018 through to 2022. Humanity is not yet reducing dangerous greenhouse gas emissions. The International Energy Agency reports that global energy-related CO2 emissions grew by 1.4% in 2017,…
December 12, 2016December 12, 2016Read more
Saskatchewan Premier Wall has expressed concerns about industries uprooting to the U.S. to avoid paying the carbon tax. This can be avoided by imposing a border tax adjustment. A carbon tax on imported carbon intensive goods like steel and cement will level the playing field for carbon-intense and trade…
October 19, 2016October 19, 2016Read more
In a concise and dispassionate presentation, Brett Cease, lead CCL Canada members through a presentation on the history of carbon pricing in Canada. He then examined the policy variation for resiliency, design, and what CCL can learn. Brett is originally from northern Minnesota. His non-Canadian viewpoint was greatly appreciated….
October 14, 2016October 14, 2016Read more
However groundbreaking the Boundary Dam project is, it does not keep up with the size of Saskatchewan’s GHG emissions. Dr. Chris Ragan openly stated to Premier Wall, “If you have a stated goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions — and Saskatchewan does — the most cost-effective way to do…
October 5, 2016October 5, 2016Read more
Dr. Chris Ragan openly stated to Premier Wall, “If you have a stated goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions — and Saskatchewan does — the most cost-effective way to do it is carbon pricing. Period.”
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.