Humans are complicated, but not all human behaviour is hard to figure out. Often there are gaps between how we say we want to...Read More Pricing carbon pollution will strengthen the economy
In Canada, the energy used in homes and buildings — for heating and air conditioning, hot water and running appliances and office equipment —...Read More Constructing our future with low-carbon buildings
Fifty-three to zero: this is the number of smog days in Ontario in 2005 compared with the number in 2014. Ontario had the better...Read More Coal phase-out improved Ontario’s air quality
Canada has a tailpipe problem. The country’s 24 million or so cars and trucks together generated 23% of Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions in 2014,...Read More Driving momentum for sustainable transportation
Canada’s 150th birthday gives us all cause to reflect. What can we learn from the past? And what can we improve upon in the...Read More A new economy and a fair transition for workers
The Alberta power system is set for radical transformation between now and 2030. According to the Climate Leadership Plan, the province will end all...Read More Refuelling Alberta coal plants with biomass
As Prime Minister Trudeau meets with President Trump for the first time today, there is little doubt that their nascent relationship represents a study...Read More A test for Trudeau’s climate credibility
The Trudeau government’s lofty ambitions of fighting climate change are unlikely to succumb to Donald Trump’s presidency with a bang, but they could go...Read More Could Trump derail Canada’s climate and energy plan?