2019 has seen huge developments in Canadian politics, and we still have months to go until the federal election. We know some of the...Lire le texte Climate change policy in Canada
The federal government had three pipeline options to ship Alberta’s oil to the West Coast. It cancelled one (Northern Gateway) and is in the...Lire le texte Why limit pipeline choices for Alberta oil?
The world’s forests are being cut down in ways and at rates that make natural recovery difficult, if not impossible — to the detriment...Lire le texte Time to rethink how we manage our forests
Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time has been called the world’s least read, most celebrated book. In a more humble category, Bill C-69...Lire le texte Assessment of projects would improve under Bill C-69
A well-meaning but bungled proposal to overhaul how Canada approves major projects and assesses their impact is now in the hands of the Senate,...Lire le texte Senate can repair and rescue Bill C-69
The year 2018 will be remembered as a wild roller-coaster of climate and water extremes in communities from coast to coast to coast. Floods,...Lire le texte BC must deliver on water security promises
A carbon tax, according to most economists, is the most efficient way to reduce emissions. But is it politically feasible? The conventional wisdom is...Lire le texte Carbon taxes can be both good policy and good politics
In late 2018, American Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer made an extraordinary comment with potentially serious ramifications for Canada. During a talk on...Lire le texte Is the next big fight over the Northwest Passage coming?
There’s an opportunity to fight climate change that is literally all around us. It’s the road you took to get where you are. It...Lire le texte How infrastructure could build Canada’s clean economy