Best bang for our climate bucks: Looking beyond cost per tonne

By |January 4th, 2018|

Would anyone ditch all fruits and vegetables and switch to a carbs-only diet because it's the cheapest? Obviously not. Likewise, governments shouldn't solely focus on cost per tonne of emissions reduced when it comes to investing public dollars in climate action. A nuanced approach is what we need.

How can Ontario get the most from cap and trade?

By |April 27th, 2016|

For the first time, the Ontario government will price carbon pollution through a cap and trade system that links with Quebec and California. With a historic policy so close to implementation and the federal government considering a national carbon price, Ontario has the chance […]

New report steers the low-carbon obstacle course for cities

By |January 8th, 2016|

Amidst the climate information overload driven out of the Paris conference, a fantastic research report was released to guide the way for city climate action over the next five years. Prepared by C40 and global consulting firm Arup, the report Potential for Climate Action considers […]

Follow the leaders – de-carb your money

By |May 26th, 2015|

Big funds are acknowledging the risk of carbon-heavy investments - are you?