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Alberta government should release its analysis of federal climate change policies

Ottawa's plan to reduce emissions would cost Alberta an estimated 80,000 jobs in 2030.

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Climate policy—modelling vs. market-based measures

Taxes and pricing allow for ongoing assessments and refinement of control over time.

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The Province newspaper reported Cohen’s results on the front page under the headline, “Weather Warning: BC will get wetter, stormier.” If that isn’t enough to pique your interest, the front-page warning continues: “Summer droughts, winter rainstorms, rising sea levels, more flooding, landslides and forest fires. That’s what’s ahead over the next 20 to 40 years as the world’s climate changes, and BC’s temperate weather turns extreme, an Environment Canada scientist warns.”