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The Benefits of Coordinating Canadian Carbon Pricing Strategies

Climate and Energy

As part of our ongoing blog series, we are exploring some of the difficult questions around designing and implementing a coordinated provincial-federal carbon pricing strategy. The first blog explored the core objectives and challenges of such a strategy, while the second blog explored the size of the emissions gap (i.e. the emissions reductions necessary to […]

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Carbon Gaps: Emissions, Policy and Prices

Climate and Energy

We’re currently exploring some of the issues related to federal-provincial carbon coordination in a blog series, and the emissions gap is a key measure of the work at-hand. The first blog in the series outlined three primary objectives, and five of the largest inherent challenges. The logical next step is to think about the scale […]

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The Many Pieces of Canada’s Federal-Provincial Climate Puzzle

Climate and Energy

Federal and provincial ministers will be meeting early in March to discuss how best to move forward with coherent policies aimed at reducing greenhouse-gas emissions. Despite plenty of enthusiasm from the new federal government and a few provinces, the task ahead is daunting, and hard work will be required to sort through the many complex […]

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