June 6, 2017June 6, 2017Read more
On June 1, 2017, President Trump announced the USA was leaving the Paris Climate Accord. Contained within this post are five short “laser talks” to help everyone with communicating Trump’s climate disconnect.
February 9, 2017February 9, 2017Read more
As Prime Minister Trudeau prepares for his upcoming first official encounter with US President Donald Trump, here some facts about climate action in the USA Canadians might not be aware of.
January 30, 2017January 30, 2017Read more
Parliament Must Even the Playing Field and Save the Climate with Border Tax Adjustments … The writing is on the wall: the trend to clean energy is now irreversible. Canada should not follow the U.S. on its fossil-fueled folly. As it stands Canada is struggling to catch up in…
January 18, 2017January 18, 2017Read more
As Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission pointed out in a blog on November 11: “Smart, well-designed carbon pricing that addresses competitiveness concerns still makes economic and environmental sense,” adding “for now, keep calm, and carry on.” With both economic and environmental incentives, backed by strong public support, keeping calm…
November 20, 2016November 20, 2016Read more
What can Canada do in the face of an incoming American administration with seemingly no interest in international arrangements to price carbon pollution?
A big purpose of a nationally rising carbon price is to send a market signal to invest in Canada’s clean tech sector, which in turn will help…