Posts Tagged ‘EU’

The United States and European Union Join Assault on Ontario’s Green Energy Act

This fall looks like it’s turning out to be a dark one for the Ontario Liberal Party. Two weeks after Japan filed an official trade dispute over the Green Energy Act to the WTO,  it looks like two more major world powers have taken issue with McGuinty’s controversial energy policy.  Last Thursday the United States [...]

Carbon trading conundrum

“Our goal remains exactly what it was before: to price carbon and to create a target for reduction of emissions that is real.” – John Kerry (D) The pricing and allocation of Carbon credits is the next logical step in lowering our Co2 emissions. Since the establishment of a global price for Carbon was effectively [...]

Our oily elephant

In the eye of any passive observer Canada seems to be the proverbial dog of these Copenhagen climate discussions. We are being lambasted by NGO’s and the UN as a laggard when it comes to emission reduction targets, Carbon pricing and funding for developed nations who are shifting away from carbon intensive energy. Canadian emissions [...]

The road to Copenhagen: Musings on climate negotiations

Waking up in a freezing basement this morning, I was reminded that winter is fast approaching and with it December. Apart from the birth of western religion, time off from school, and a fat guy who invites himself over once a year, December is the multilateral showdown month in the realm of geo-politics. The Copenhagen [...]

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