<time datetime="2023-04-18T00:00:01-04:00">April 18, 2023</time>

The Study In Brief

  • The reality of climate change and the imperative to sharply reduce greenhouse gas (GHG)…
<time datetime="2022-12-20T00:00:00-05:00">December 20, 2022</time>

The Study In Brief

Canadian and global climate change ambitions are generally associated with a goal of reducing reliance on…

<time datetime="2022-11-15T00:00:01-05:00">November 15, 2022</time>

The Study in Brief

  • The 2021 Canadian Net-Zero Emissions Accountability Act requires Canada to achieve “…
<time datetime="2022-11-08T00:00:01-05:00">November 8, 2022</time>

The Study in Brief

  • Pension fund administrators have a fiduciary duty to prudently manage financial risks and opportunities…
<time datetime="2022-09-20T00:00:01-04:00">September 20, 2022</time>

Study In Brief

  • Canadian homes emit about six percent of Canada’s total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The Federal government aims…
<time datetime="2022-07-28T05:00:00-04:00">July 28, 2022</time>

Canada’s 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan: What’s Realistic?

  • Environment and Climate Change Canada’s 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan (ERP) is “a plan to have a plan,”…
Intelligence Memos
From: Aleck Dadson and Ed Waitzer To: Canadian regulatory agency observers Date: February 5, 2024 Re: Who Should Set Provincial Energy Policy? Who gets to decide the direction of energy policy in…
Op-Ed
Suggestions that carbon pricing is not working because Canada’s emissions have kept rising miss the mark, as a large chunk of the increase is due to rapid population growth. The country’s energy…
Op-Ed
The national conversation about net-zero has tended to focus on renewable forms of energy, such as wind and solar, both of which have important roles to play in future. But nuclear energy and…
Op-Ed
La nature a beau être aimée de tous, il sera difficile de trouver tout l’argent nécessaire pour stopper, puis renverser sa perte de biodiversité, ai-je constaté en allant fouiner à la COP15. Un beau…
Op-Ed
Le climat et sa sœur, la biodiversité, sont des jumeaux qu’on n’aurait pas dû séparer à la naissance. À la COP15 de Montréal, on se penche sur le cas de la petite, aussi grave mais autrement plus…
Op-Ed
Pas facile de lâcher le biberon pétrolier qui empoisonne notre planète. Comment concilier la nécessaire décarbonation et la sécurité énergétique ? Et, de surcroît, assurer une transition juste…