by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 9, 2016
A policy moderately stringent and highly flexible, similar to the Clean Power Plan, may cause net benefits of some $38 billion a year.
by Ryan Koronowski Jun 6, 2016
The Wildrose party, the province's official opposition, has a history of controversy.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Mar 31, 2016
In British Columbia, a carbon tax reduced fuel usage by at least 16 percent, and emissions fell 3.5 times faster per capita than in the rest of the country.
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor Feb 22, 2016
“When you get to solutions that sort of transcend what has become kind of a symbolic umbrella, you start to see common ground.”
by Samantha Page Nov 5, 2015
"Other countries doing something does depend on America acting."
by Samantha Page Oct 27, 2015
Is carbon pricing "inevitable?"
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor Oct 13, 2015
The wealthiest Americans contribute the most to carbon pollution, and yet the poor suffer the brunt of the impacts.
by Samantha Page Jul 23, 2015
Not everyone in the environmental community is impressed with Bush's comments.
by Samantha Page May 22, 2015
Governments spend $492 billion a year propping up fossil fuel companies -- it costs us 11 times that much to address the damage they cause.
by Ari Phillips Jan 15, 2015
Ontario, where around 40 percent of all Canadians live, will soon unveil a carbon price.