GHG emissions

How provinces can help Canada meet its emissions target

New research shows Canada has the tools in place to meet its climate commitment at a relatively modest cost to the economy, but the provinces could do more

The cost of carbon pricing in Ontario and Alberta

Claims that carbon pricing will lead to skyrocketing price increases throughout the economy are misplaced at best—and misleading at worst

Carving up Canada’s climate change burden

Who will take responsibility for reducing GHGs and what is the best way to share that responsibility among regions?

Colin Carrie bravely dismisses his government’s own greenhouse-gas projections

‘Well everybody’s entitled to their own opinion’

7 ways Thomas Mulcair aims to change Canada’s energy landscape

Energy is shaping up to be a 2015 election battleground

How not to be fooled by statements on emission ‘reductions’

Andrew Leach explains, with the help of chicken wings and beer


The President’s plan for Keystone XL and GHG emissions

No pipeline if there is a net increase in emissions

Why Canada won’t have an effective climate change policy anytime soon

We want action, but aren’t ready to pay, writes Stephen Gordon

The EU has a point about the oilsands

Trying harder to clean up our act in Alberta would help our PR efforts