Contracts for difference are a market-based approach to decarbonization that should resonate with conservatives
Hidden in last Tuesday’s federal budget was a policy decision that could generate billions of dollars in new investment and thousands of jobs in Alberta’s energy sector, especially in hydrogen production.
The American Inflation Reduction Act has opened big gaps between the incentives for low-carbon investment in Canada and the U.S., threatening our ability to compete in a world that is on a turbo-charged path to net-zero emissions.
We encourage the federal government to take bold steps in Budget 2023 to support the Canadian businesses that are innovating and shifting to compete in a low carbon world.
Whether or not you believe that humanity has an existential imperative to cut greenhouse-gas emissions hardly matters anymore.
Alberta faces a make-or-break moment for its industrial carbon pricing system.
A single tax incentive under consideration in Ottawa has the potential to create jobs, grow businesses and investment, and cut Canada's carbon emissions.
It's not that men are useless, it's that women are useful and are more likely to take action.
Since the election and the party's disappointing result, some Conservative insiders have argued the leader's embrace of carbon pricing was a mistake that cost the party votes. But a new exit poll by Leger and Clean Prosperity shows that’s not true.
To meet its climate goals while remaining competitive, Canada needs a scheme to levy a charge on the carbon content of imports
To achieve its climate goals, Canada needs to decarbonize heavy industry while maintaining competitiveness; the best way to do this is by putting a charge on the carbon content of imports in a scheme similar to the one recently introduced by the European Union.
New poll data shows a surge in the number of Canadians who want urgent climate action.
A tool you’ve probably never heard of may be the key to enabling Canada's climate ambition. It's called border carbon adjustment, and it could change the way we pursue decarbonization.