Remarks to the House of Commons Natural Resources Committee on its study on a just transition
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The new era of climate ambition looks a lot like the old era of climate foot-dragging
Our analysis of the 2022 federal budget
The pandemic, through the eyes of our researchers
Gasoline prices are skyrocketing and that’s having a real impact on Canadians’ pocketbooks
Electric vehicles have emerged as the poster child of the zero-carbon economy. If we could only manage to replace all our internal combustion engines with batteries, it seems, we’d be well on our way to a greener world. But is achieving net-zero emissions really that straightforward? And is a society and economy dependent on personal vehicles—zero-emission though they may be—actually the future we aspire to?
We must ensure high oil prices today translate into green jobs and a clean economy tomorrow
The hard work begins now.
To get the just transition right, we need to defang trade and investment treaties that give polluters a veto on responsible and sustainable economic transformation.
It’s not just heat pumps and electric cars. To truly decarbonize, we need to reimagine how we live, starting with urban sprawl.
It is time for Canada to step up as a true climate leader by championing an international agreement to phase out all fossil fuels, including oil and gas.
We dive into what the Green Party has promised ahead of the 44th Canadian election.