carbon emissions

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Net-zero targets neither feasible nor realistic

In 2023 global fossil fuel consumption was 55 per cent higher than in 1997.

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Economists miss the point about the carbon tax revolt

In fact, a major obstacle to emission reductions in Canada is our tax burden.

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Federal carbon tax hike will hurt future generations

According to estimates, a $170 carbon tax would shrink Canada’s economy by 1.8 per cent and produce significant job losses.

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Climate alarmists want oil and gas sector to embrace own extinction

Policy advocates should reconsider their implausible timelines for emissions reduction.

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Ottawa drops the hammer on four provinces reliant on fossil fuels

If these provinces do not comply, they may be hit with another carbon tax.

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Federal government continues to short-circuit its own carbon tax

Ottawa’s emissions cap essentially prevents additional production of oil and gas.