Monthly Archives: July 2009

The Political Dilemma of Climate Action: a Four-Part Overview

George Hoberg Addressing the monumental challenge of climate change requires the best available science, but it also demands concerted, coordinated, and courageous political action by policy makers at all levels of government. This post outlines the political challenge of climate … Continue reading

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The “California Effect” on Canadian Energy and Climate Policies

George Hoberg and Gordon McCullough Canada is increasingly recognized as a laggard on policies designed to mitigate climate change. Recently, the Canadian government has been scrambling to respond to regulatory initiatives emanating from south of the border. The actions of … Continue reading

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