Scheer’s Plan Falls Short of What’s Needed to Fight Climate Change

Andrew Scheer’s environmental plan, announced today, removes the most essential tool we have in the fight against climate change – a carbon tax and rebate. Without a carbon tax, Scheer’s plan has to rely on more costly regulations that will require significant government intervention in the economy.

A carbon tax and rebate is widely considered the lowest cost, and most pro-growth means of reducing carbon emissions.

Any serious plan to fight climate change must include a strong price on carbon and a rebate to consumers.

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