Climate change policies cost energy sector $56 billion in last three years

Loss of investment curbs industry development of innovation that’s key to breaking the link between energy growth and emissions growth: CAPP

Climate change policies cost energy sector $56 billion in last three years
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Loss of investment curbs industry development of innovation that’s key to breaking the link between energy growth and emissions growth: CAPP

Electric cars won’t save the world but they will destroy lives

Cobalt miners in the Congo, which has about 60% of the world’s known cobalt reserves, work for no salary and on a good day make $3 for what they finds. Deaths and injuries are common

Electric cars won’t save the world but they will destroy lives
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There are gasses and pollutants far worse than carbon dioxide. Just ask the cobalt miners in the Congo

Canada an environmental leader, not a laggard

Compare Canada’s performance with other countries on measures that matter most to the health of people and the ecosystem

Canada an environmental leader, not a laggard
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Compare Canada’s performance with other countries on measures that matter most to the health of people and the ecosystem

What global warming? How about global cooling

Levying carbon tax will just cool the Earth's climate more than it already is

What global warming? How about global cooling
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Levying carbon tax will just cool the Earth’s climate more than it already is

Ontario’s billion-dollar plans to reduce plant food

Using climate regulations to reduce pollution is obviously an expensive blunder

Ontario’s billion-dollar plans to reduce plant food
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Using climate regulations to reduce pollution is obviously an expensive blunder

My fireplace just helped renew my faith in humanity

A household calamity, an accommodating retailer, some dirty and hard work, and a twofold payoff at the end

My fireplace just helped renew my faith in humanity
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A household calamity, an accommodating retailer, some dirty and hard work, and a twofold payoff at the end

Lost in the fog: climate manipulation is all too real

Don’t blame carbon emissions on weird weather. Corporations and governments have been changing the weather quite intentionally for decades

Lost in the fog: climate manipulation is all too real
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Don’t blame carbon emissions on weird weather. Corporations and governments have been changing the weather quite intentionally for decades

Finding enlightenment in the dark

Twenty years after Montreal's devastating ice storm, some life lessons remain indelibly carved in a survivor’s psyche

Finding enlightenment in the dark
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Twenty years after Montreal’s devastating ice storm, some life lessons remain indelibly carved in a survivor’s psyche

The American dream is moving north to Canada

Great uncertainty faces Canada and the United States, but Canada seems better equipped to adapt and flourish

The American dream is moving north to Canada
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Great uncertainty faces Canada and the United States, but Canada seems better equipped to adapt and flourish

Let’s be honest: consumers are the main contributors to climate change

Governments are unwilling to curb consumption, the main driver of the economy. So it is up to each of us to become more thoughtful consumers

Let’s be honest: consumers are the main contributors to climate change
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Governments are unwilling to curb consumption, the main driver of the economy. So it is up to each of us to become more thoughtful consumers

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