As calls to end government subsidies of fossil fuels grow in intensity, a new report finds that Canadian governments have allocated billions of taxpayer dollars to building and expanding new pipelines in the past year alone.
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The Informal Dialogue on Plastics Pollution and Environmentally Sustainable Plastics Trade currently has 16 co-sponsors. Ambassador Chad Blackman of Barbados, one of the Dialogue’s co-coordinators, said the 21 June discussions
Canada is showing the world how carbon pricing should be done: Nobel-prize winning economist William Nordhaus
The Canadian government has proposed spending billions of dollars to fight climate change. Will it be enough?
In spite of green rhetoric, money has piled into aviation and car industries since start of pandemic, report finds The nations that make up the G7 have pumped billions of dollars more
From “green Marshall Plans” and net-zero energy sectors to a lack of clarity on green spending and transport decarbonisation, EURACTIV’s media partner edie.net rounds up what was and wasn’t agreed
There has been a lot of talk lately about fossil fuel subsidies in Canada — and a lot of confusion. There have been different estimates thrown around regarding how many
The carbon tax will add about 11 cents per litre for gasoline and diesel next year, growing to almost 40 cents by 2030 In our last article we discussed the Supreme
In a communique the Group of Seven nations – the United States, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan – plus the European Union said “international investments in unabated coal
In late April, US President Joe Biden convened 40 world leaders to “galvanize efforts” by the world’s major economies to tackle climate change, highlight economic benefits of early, “decisive” action,