climate change

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Ontario’s plan will take even more money away from already heavily-taxed consumers and businesses.

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Article notes fast-growing demand for energy from countries in the developing world.

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Agreement includes a continued obsession with electric cars.

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The government’s push for electric cars is an example of a policy that reduces emissions only minimally and at an unnecessarily high cost.

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The United Nation’s favoured approach would require massive wealth transfers and be wildly unpopular.


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Ontario’s aggressive green-energy/green-tech approach led to soaring power prices for Ontarians.


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The new tax scheme will cost a family of four about $338 extra in 2017.


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Plan includes $285 million in subsidies to encourage people to buy electric cars.

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Since taking office, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has been very aggressive on the climate file. Attempting to remedy what she portrayed as a history of environmental negligence by her predecessors , the premier swiftly increased and expanded Alberta’s carbon tax, placed a hard cap on carbon dioxide emissions, set stiff targets for reducing methane emissions, declared an accelerated phase-out of coal power generation, and promised to replace much of that power with costlier wind or solar power generation.


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New climate tests are unnecessary since the effects of pipelines and LNG terminals on climate change are negligible at worst and positive at best.