Climate change policy in Canada
This week on the podcast, Nancy Olewiler, David McLaughlin and Céline Bak discuss climate change policy in Canada.
A conversation with experts on climate change policy
Experts tackle such topics as risk disclosure and carbon pricing before a full house at Ottawa’s Rideau Club.
Pre-election event: Climate change policy
Ottawa – Members of the media are invited to join the second in a series of Policy Options events on key issues that could — or should — be part of the debate in the 2019 federal election. The second event in this breakfast series, held in partnership with the Max Bell School of Public […]
Climate change policy
How can Canada meet its climate-change commitments? Three experts weigh in.
A Technology-Led Climate Change Policy for CanadaRead More
A Technology-Led Climate Change Policy for Canada
As Canada has formally withdrawn from the Kyoto Accord, what can we do to contribute meaningfully to reducing global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions? Climate policy activists and experts have long argued that adopting emissions-reduction targets and implementing policies to try to meet these targets is the best approach. In this study, Isabel Galiana, Jeremy Leonard […]
Clearing the Air on Federal and Provincial Climate Change Policy in CanadaRead More
Clearing the Air on Federal and Provincial Climate Change Policy in Canada
Climate change policy in Canada today is fragmented and largely uncoordinated among governments. Many provinces, frustrated by the perception that Ottawa has not been proactive enough in setting national targets for greenhouse gas emissions reductions, have independently embarked on their own policies to reduce emissions. The resulting patchwork of measures illustrates the complexity of achieving […]
Constitutional Law and the Politics of Carbon Pricing in Canada
Ottawa must strengthen its case on carbon pricing law for the Supreme Court.
Canada’s innovation challenge: Unlocking the demand
Canada needs to do more to support processes and practices that ensure a better match between demand for and supply of innovation.