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Alberta, Ontario OBPS plans fall short of federal standard: Pembina Institute Log In or Subscribe to View Article
Source: www.ecolog.com Daily News
A comparison of the various output-based pricing systems (OBPSs) for carbon emissions from large emitters gives top marks to British Columbia, and a failing grade to Ontario. The findings in a new report, “Carbon Emissions: Who makes big...
11/15/2019 | Full Story

US contends California's cap-and-trade agreement with Quebec unconstitutional Log In or Subscribe to View Article
Source: www.ecolog.com Daily News
A much-touted cap-and-trade deal between Quebec and California has come under fire, with a newly filed civil complaint arguing the state overstepped its authority by entering into an international agreement, something that is the sole...
10/25/2019 | Full Story

Cap and trade court decision gives both sides something to cheer Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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Even though it lost the war over cancellation of Ontario’s cap and trade program, Greenpeace Canada pressed on with one symbolic battle and, with a court ruling on October 11, 2019, emerged with a small victory.
10/18/2019 | Full Story

Examining the challenges of a national climate policy Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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They didn’t join in a chorus of Kumbaya on December 9, 2016, but the Prime Minister and 11 of 13 provincial and territorial leaders spoke in one voice that day when they agreed on the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate...
5/29/2019 | Full Story

COLUMN: Better tools are needed that take full account of environmental costs Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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A poll by Ipsos for Global News reported in April 2019 that climate change and environment is now the fifth most concerning issue among the Canadian public. Increased media coverage of environmental issues suggests that Ipsos is correct. We may...
5/24/2019 | Full Story

Ontario proposing its own carbon-pricing system Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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While its legal challenge to the federal government’s carbon tax is being decided by the courts, Ontario has proposed its own carbon-pricing system that, in its words, would encourage the industrial sector to reduce greenhouse gas...
2/26/2019 | Full Story

Ontario proposes its own carbon-pricing system Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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While its legal challenge to the federal government’s carbon tax is being decided by the courts, Ontario has proposed its own carbon-pricing system that, in its words, would encourage the industrial sector to reduce greenhouse gas...
2/15/2019 | Full Story

Russia Considers Cap-and-Trade Greenhouse Gas Law Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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Russia is considering a legal framework that would introduce a national cap-and-trade system for regulating the heat-trapping gases causing climate change. Read more.
1/25/2019 | Full Story

Buyer's remorse? Environmental Registry response shows strong support for Ontario's dumped cap-and-trade program Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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Ontarians who took the time to comment on the province’s cancellation of its cap-and-trade program were largely of a single mind, according to a new blog post from Environmental Commissioner of Ontario Dianne Saxe: it’s a bad idea.
1/18/2019 | Full Story

Progress of Bills, regulations and guidelines Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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Throughout the year, the federal, provincial and territorial governments introduce Bills, bring Acts into force, and draft and file new regulations and guidelines. Among them are:
12/18/2018 | Full Story

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