Canada’s "green" economy comprises about 3 per cent of the country's gross domestic product.
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Global energy consumption in 2023 will be higher than last year.
Solar power generated only 0.82 per cent of Canada’s electricity, and wind another 5.6 per cent.
Government investments in biofuels around the world have actually hurt the environment.
The carbon tax will reach $65 per tonne on April 1 and $170 per tonne by 2030.
The federal government is limiting growth in electricity generation from traditional sources while increasingly reliance on intermittent sources.
The carbon tax will cost Canadians an estimated 184,000 jobs.
In Germany, the spike in natural gas prices caused electricity prices to rise.
The costs of rare materials needed to create wind turbines and solar panels have risen steadily.