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Practical fiscal solutions to spark the innovation for growing economic and environmental prosperity in Canada.
Practical fiscal solutions to spark the innovation for growing economic and environmental prosperity in Canada.

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Opposition to a policy is not a policy in and of itself. If these leaders are serious about governing, then reducing emissions is an issue they must take seriously http://ow.ly/AysL30mGCoF
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Our Chair, Chris Ragan, was on The Agenda last night to clear up some misconceptions about carbon pricing in Canada. Watch the full interview: http://ow.ly/lT0m30nkt9L
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When it comes to managing our solid waste, Canada can clearly do better http://ow.ly/rQqs30njWl9
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Our first blog of 2019: The higher carbon prices are, the more changes in behaviour we’ll see. But at any price, they will help to bend the emissions curve down http://ow.ly/GnKA30nfASI
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The costs of wildfires in Canada are already immense: B.C. spent $668M in 2017 to combat some 1,500 fires that chewed through 12,160 square-km of land. That record-setting fire season was eclipsed last year http://ow.ly/Vhcx30nfoCx
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Unlike income or sales taxes, which are primarily revenue tools, carbon prices are all about reducing emissions http://ow.ly/qC8k30n8mQx
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Policy debate and decisions need to recognize that there is a cost to doing little or nothing to curb emissions http://ow.ly/iER330n8mP0
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If the question for the 20th century was about the role of people in causing climate change, the conundrum now lies in finding a politically acceptable way to take the required action to reduce emissions http://ow.ly/fwrz30mXBiz
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It’s important to remember that carbon pricing is a two-step policy. Getting a tax rebate doesn’t remove the incentive to reduce our emissions http://ow.ly/Ahw130mSn7d
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