We can’t build pipelines and meet our climate goals

Jason MacLean takes on those who argue a carbon tax will be enough to reduce Canada’s emissions, and lays out a path to meet the Paris climate deal targets

No, carbon pricing alone won’t be enough to lower emissions

A response to economist Trevor Tombe’s argument against blocking pipelines

Why Canada should still put a price on carbon, despite Trump

Even with Trump’s victory, a smart, well-designed carbon pricing policy that addresses competitiveness concerns still makes economic and environmental sense

The case for Canada going it alone on carbon emissions

Yes, Canada’s share of global carbon emissions is small, writes economist Joel Wood, but that’s not a valid argument against taking action

Put a price on emissions and let the chips fall where they may

Why putting a price on carbon emissions is a more effective way to tackle climate change than setting emissions targets.

How hockey can change its energy-hogging, carbon-spewing ways

It takes a huge amount of hot water to make the ice in hockey rinks. How technology is helping rinks go green.

Why a moratorium on oil sands expansion makes sense

An effort to significantly reduce global CO2 emissions would likely cause the price of oil to fall, and with it, oil sands development.


The corporate climate crusaders

Think big business is against tough new climate change laws? Well, think again.