The Ontario government should significantly increase its climate ambition in order to keep up with the priorities of Ontario voters. That’s the message of a new Clean Prosperity/Leger poll of 10 significant Ontario provincial electoral districts. Ontarians expect their provincial government to have a credible climate plan. A full 60% of poll respondents said they
It's not that men are useless, it's that women are useful and are more likely to take action.
Independent modelling by Clean Prosperity and Energy Super Modelers and International Analysts (ESMIA) shows that the federal Liberal Party’s climate plan can achieve a 37% to 41% drop in Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions, relative to 2005 levels, by 2030. Clean Prosperity and ESMIA’s findings are featured in a new report, released today. “Our modelling shows
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.
Erin O’Toole and the Conservative Party of Canada didn’t lose votes as a result of including carbon pricing in the party’s 2021 election climate plan. That’s according to the results of a national exit poll released today by Leger and Clean Prosperity.
“The Green Party of Canada’s newly-released climate platform contains some important ideas that can help advance the climate policy conversation, though there are other planks that are either unfeasible or potentially harmful to the economy,” Clean Prosperity Executive Director Michael Bernstein said today.
"The new climate policies proposed today by the Liberal Party of Canada offer a strong boost to the party’s earlier commitments. The plan matches the ambition of Canada’s 2030 target, a 40-45% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions relative to 2005 levels,” said Clean Prosperity Executive Director Michael Bernstein.
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.
"The climate platform released today by the federal New Democratic Party proposes a range of ambitious climate policies that is on par with the scale of the challenge in front of us," said Clean Prosperity Executive Director Michael Bernstein.
How does carbon pricing actually work to lower emissions? With our explainer video, you’ll be an expert on this keystone piece of Canadian climate policy in less than three minutes.
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.