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Category: carbon pricing

Apr
2
Absolving our Carbon Sins: the Case of the Pacific Carbon Trust

Last week’s report from BC’s Auditor General dealt a huge blow to the credibility of carbon offsets and claims that BC had achieved a state of “carbon neutral government.” Coverage of the AG’s report was coloured by accusations from the Pacific Carbon Trust, the Crown corporation created to buy and sell BC offsets, and “experts” from the offset […]

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Mar
26
Carbon bubbles and fossil fuel divestment

Jan
21
GHG Cap & Trade

Jan
14
What’s next for BC’s carbon tax?

Dec
14
Marc’s Letter from 2040

Sep
10
What’s Next for BC’s Carbon Tax?

Jun
12
A Green Industrial Revolution

Apr
28
Climate change will shape BC in 2035, one way or another

Nov
15
Who Occupies the Sky?

Sep
28
Fighting energy poverty and the transition to zero-emission housing

Jul
29
Notes on the social cost of carbon

Jul
28
Decarbonizing homes and the price of gas

Jul
13
Deconstructing BC’s carbon neutral government

Apr
19
A billion dollars of bogus carbon credits

Feb
23
Look to Europe for Next Phase of BC’s Carbon Tax

Feb
23
Next generation carbon pricing

Dec
10
What’s Canada’s Carbon Debt?

Nov
24
Luxury carbon

Nov
16
Past peak oil, no emission reductions in sight

Oct
26
Upset about offsets

Oct
18
The trouble with flying

Sep
22
BC’s revenue negative carbon tax

Jul
29
The Western Climate Initiative: another baby step

Jul
12
Gas prices and consumption

Jul
5
BC’s carbon tax turns two

Apr
22
The Distribution of GHGs in BC

Mar
10
Different perspectives on GHG emissions

Mar
3
Climate inaction and BC’s budget

Nov
12
Copenhagen countdown: upset about offsets

Nov
5
Dealing with Climate Change, the Economy and Jobs

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