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.
Gaps remain in incentives for technologies from carbon capture to hydrogen, with electricity a notable exception
The announcement today that a majority of Canadian provinces have proposed industrial carbon pricing systems that meet federal standards could be good news for Canadian industry, the Canadian economy, and our climate targets.
Clean Prosperity welcomes measures announced today in the federal governments 2022 Fall Economic Statement (FES) that will help grow Canada’s low-carbon economy.
Whether or not you believe that humanity has an existential imperative to cut greenhouse-gas emissions hardly matters anymore.
The transition to a low-carbon economy presents an historic opportunity for Canada to generate lasting economic growth and good jobs for Canadians across this country. But too many firms are reluctant to make the big investments in decarbonization that are needed to drive that transition. What’s stopping them? A new report released today by Clean
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
Alberta faces a make-or-break moment for its industrial carbon pricing system.
Without tightening Alberta’s industrial carbon pricing system, the province could miss opportunities to benefit from growth in jobs and investment in the emerging low-carbon economy — and Canada could miss its emission-reduction targets.
A new poll conducted by Leger and Clean Prosperity found that even though cost of living pressures are a top concern for Canadians, voters still expect political parties to deliver credible climate plans. That includes Conservative voters, and voters who are open to voting for the Conservative Party of Canada.
Next week, Canadian households will begin receiving carbon tax rebate payments directly from the federal government for the first time.
Environment Commissioner's report on carbon pricing system identifies important areas for improvement in Canada’s cornerstone climate policy.