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
With the European Commission set to announce a new EU border carbon adjustment (BCA) regime tomorrow, now is the time for Canada to figure out how to reconcile its climate ambition with the need to protect the competitiveness of domestic industry and prevent carbon leakage. That’s one of the urgent messages in a new report,
Carbon pricing can close half the gap to the 2050 target.
The Conservative Climate Plan would cost households $295 by 2022, increase gap to Paris targets by 30 Mt
Impact on Emissions According to a report we’ve released with Enviroeconomics, the Conservative Climate Plan (hereafter “The Plan”) would increase emissions by 15 MT relative to the latest “business as usual” scenario released by Environment Canada. That’s because The Plan would cancel several active emissions-reductions programs, replacing them with alternative programs that will reduce fewer
Just 27% of Ontario residents support Ford’s carbon pricing court challenge, 64% oppose anti carbon pricing ad campaign New research released today from Canadians for Clean Prosperity shows that only about a quarter of Ontario residents support Premier Doug Ford’s decision to challenge the federal government’s price on carbon in court, while 48% oppose the