Solar panels and wind turbines require more than 10 times the quantity of materials compared to carbon fuel-based alternatives.
According to estimates, it will cost Canada $2 trillion to reach net-zero by 2050.
The massive industrialization of the last two centuries dramatically improved the health and life expectancy of humanity.
The government plans to raise the cost of what the government purchases.
The carbon tax will reach $65 per tonne on April 1 and $170 per tonne by 2030.
These requirements, which will inflate costs to taxpayers, do nothing to improve the goods or services provided.
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The federal government is limiting growth in electricity generation from traditional sources while increasingly reliance on intermittent sources.
Natural gas is critically important to produce electricity at affordable costs.
By the government’s own accounting, its net-zero plastics campaign will cost more than it will save in waste management costs.