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December 14, 2018

Carbon pricing is most efficient way to cut emissions, Canadian Chamber says

The federal government's climate change action plan includes a national price on carbon, but it also develops clean fuel standards, and a phase out of coal
December 14, 2018

Critics slam proposed oil exploration near ‘unbelievably beautiful’ Sable Island

An alliance of environmental and industry groups wants to freeze offshore assessments aimed at oil and gas development
December 14, 2018

Weary climate envoys stumble toward last stretch at U.N. talks

The meeting in Katowice will finalize the rules that parties to the 2015 Paris climate accord need to follow, including how they will reduce greenhouse gas emissions

December 12, 2018

Who Got Funding in November (Cleantech)

Fundingportal tracks which companies and organizations in the cleantech sector secured government incentives
December 12, 2018

Canada needs its own Green New Deal

For centuries, markets failed to account for the costs of emissions. Now, societies are overly dependent on fossil fuels and unsustainable
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Canada needs its own Green New Deal

For centuries, markets failed to account for the costs of emissions. Now, societies are overly dependent on fossil fuels and unsustainable

Eyes in the sky capture carbon, other climate culprits

Monitoring greenhouse gas emissions from space could help the world keep tabs on whether or not individual countries are meeting their commitments under the Paris accord

Startups, old line automakers aim to take bite out of Tesla

Startups and established automakers looking to enter the fully electric vehicle market will almost certainly pull buyers from the current leader, Tesla

Tesla names new board chair in settlement with regulators

Australian telecommunications executive Robyn Denholm has been named as chair. Elon Musk will remain as Tesla's chief executive

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Critics slam proposed oil exploration near ‘unbelievably beautiful’ Sable Island

An alliance of environmental and industry groups wants to freeze offshore assessments aimed at oil and gas development

Carbon pricing is most efficient way to cut emissions, Canadian Chamber says

The federal government's climate change action plan includes a national price on carbon, but it also develops clean fuel standards, and a phase out of coal

Canada needs its own Green New Deal

For centuries, markets failed to account for the costs of emissions. Now, societies are overly dependent on fossil fuels and unsustainable

First Nation sues Alberta, says oilsands project threatens sacred site

The alleged threat comes from an approval granted last June by the province's energy regulator for an oilsands project that would come within two kilometres of Moose Lake

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Who Got Funding in November (Cleantech)

Fundingportal tracks which companies and organizations in the cleantech sector secured government incentives

GM fights U.S. government to retain tax credit for electric cars

In response to GM's recent layoff announcement, Trump said he was "looking at cutting all GM subsidies, including for electric cars." There are calls to reform the existing US$7,500 credit, which caps out at 200,000 EVs per manufacturer

EDC spends 12 times more for fossil fuels than cleantech, report says

Canada's export credit agency is being pushed by environmental groups to take a stronger role in promoting cleantech and to move entirely away from financing the oil and gas sector

New tax incentives for investment could increase Canada’s emissions

The good news: Manufacturing and processing companies can write off the full cost of buying new equipment and machinery. The bad news: These investments could increase greenhouse-gas emissions and create more pollution

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Weary climate envoys stumble toward last stretch at U.N. talks

The meeting in Katowice will finalize the rules that parties to the 2015 Paris climate accord need to follow, including how they will reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Carbon pricing is most efficient way to cut emissions, Canadian Chamber says

The federal government's climate change action plan includes a national price on carbon, but it also develops clean fuel standards, and a phase out of coal

Canada needs its own Green New Deal

For centuries, markets failed to account for the costs of emissions. Now, societies are overly dependent on fossil fuels and unsustainable

Climate change, receding glaciers increase landslide risk on B.C.’s Mount Meager

Mount Meager is northwest of Whistler and was the last volcano in British Columbia to have a large explosive eruption, 2,400 years ago

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Critics slam proposed oil exploration near ‘unbelievably beautiful’ Sable Island

An alliance of environmental and industry groups wants to freeze offshore assessments aimed at oil and gas development

Weary climate envoys stumble toward last stretch at U.N. talks

The meeting in Katowice will finalize the rules that parties to the 2015 Paris climate accord need to follow, including how they will reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Lawsuit filed over Trump plans for offshore drilling tests

Stretching from the Atlantic to the Arctic and Pacific oceans, the offshore drilling test area earmarks the opening of offshore reserves to private development

Saskatchewan court allows all applicants to intervene in carbon tax case

Ottawa has given the provinces until January to come up with their own carbon price or have one imposed on them

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