Optimize existing policies to achieve Canada’s climate goals

This is Clean Prosperity’s submission in response to the federal government’s discussion document “Options to cap and cut oil and gas sector greenhouse gas emissions to achieve 2030 goals and net-zero by 2050”.  Introduction The Canadian federal government has proposed to cap and cut emissions from the oil and gas sector with two possible policy

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Bruce Croxon Challenges Kevin O’Leary on Climate Change

You have quoted one of your former professors, Sally Lerner, as saying “the definition of a good leader is someone who manages an economy to service the people and is also a steward for the environment for our future generations.” I couldn’t agree more. But the policies you have announced to date are anything but

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Public Opinion and Carbon Pricing

How can parties and government afford to do the right thing when the right thing is introducing or raising a broad-based tax? Sir Humphrey in the BBC’s Yes Minister series give us some prudent guidance. Sir Humphrey: There are four words you have to work into a proposal if you want a Minister to accept

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