Canadian leaders need to start designing our border carbon adjustment system now to keep our economy competitive and our climate ambition on track, write Michael Bernstein of Clean Prosperity and development economist Aaron Cosbey.
During the first half of 2021, RBC has been the target of a public pressure campaign spanning from coast to coast — with customers, shareholders, and employees calling on the “worst fossil bank” in Canada to stop financing fossil fuels.
While ongoing delays feel like the same old story for Canada's main environmental law, we cannot let this setback spell the end of Bill C-28, write Larry Barzelai and Jane McArthur of Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment.
Many Canadian environmental groups have chosen to applaud the passage of Bill C-12 — while holding their noses over its inadequacies — because they are desperate for any legislation that might help move the federal government to action on the climate crisis, writes Ken Johnson.
If we can dramatically accelerate building retrofits, we will eliminate fossil fuel use in buildings while producing societal benefits, such as improved health and reduced energy poverty, write Brendan Haley and Ralph Torrie, co-authors of a recent Efficiency Canada report.
The recent heat waves and fires sweeping Canada illustrate that the skeletons in the closets of Exxon and all fossil fuel companies have proven more than metaphorical, writes columnist Jesse Firempong.