With a threat as existential as climate change, people tend to focus on national and international leadership, with its broad tools such as carbon...Read More Local governments are leaders in the climate fight
As momentum builds domestically and internationally to meet the objectives of the Paris Agreement on climate change, a serious gap has emerged between our...Read More The gap between ambition and action on climate
The negotiation and finalization of the pan-Canadian framework on climate change is a big deal. No Canadian government to date has completed and implemented...Read More An historic but inadequate climate change framework
Mexico is the world’s 10th largest oil producer, and its state-owned oil company, Petroleós Mexicanos (Pemex), is the world’s 8th largest company in terms...Read More Mexico’s oil market challenges and Canada
With climate change skeptic Donald Trump moving into the White House next year, critics in Canada are asking whether policies to cut carbon pollution...Read More The real cost of climate change in Canada
It has been a busy 12 months at the crossroads of the environment, the economy and society, both in Canada and around the world....Read More Canada must accelerate decarbonization of the economy
With the debate around our electoral system still in full swing, the time is ripe to explore how Canadians perceive the performance of our...Read More How do Canadians rate the state of our democracy?
The federal government’s recently announced national carbon price may be clever politics, but a credible, evidence-based climate change policy it most certainly is not....Read More Trudeau’s carbon price clever politics, not credible climate policy
Last week, the House of Commons endorsed the Paris climate agreement, under which Canada commits to reduce greenhouse gases by 30 percent below 2005...Read More Penny wise and pound foolish on climate policy?