July 22, 2019July 22, 2019Read more
According to data from Julie Gelfand, Canada’s Commissioner of Environment and Sustainable Development which is a division of Canada’s Auditor General Office, Canada’s emissions would have gone up significantly between 2008-2012 if it were not for the 2008 recession and actions of the provinces.
October 4, 2017
Media Release: Environment Commissioner Says Canada Will Not Meet Its 2030 Target: Canada Can Bend the Curve With A Strong Carbon Pricing PolicyOctober 4, 2017Read more
On Tuesday in her yearly report, Julie Gelfand, Canada’s Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development, warned that the federal government must put its plan to cut greenhouse gases and adapt to climate change into concrete action to mitigate the catastrophic effects of wildfires, floods and extreme weather events
September 4, 2017September 4, 2017Read more
It’s that time of year again: back to school. New from the Canadian government is the climatekids.ca website . As the Crosby, Stills, and Nash songs says, “Children, teach your parents well”. The song also encourages parents to teach their children well too.
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…
September 21, 2016September 21, 2016Read more
If Canada’s national carbon price is truly effective in preserving a liveable world, this could be a historic moment and a time to celebrate. CCL wishes the Minister godspeed and we want her to know we have her back on carbon pricing.