Monthly Archives: October 2009

Climate policy cost report casts light on the coming reckoning for the Canadian federation

  George Hoberg and Stephanie Taylor October 30, 2009 This week the Pembina Institute and the David Suzuki Foundation jointly released a report that finds that Canada can meet its greenhouse gas emissions reduction target – and even more stringent … Continue reading

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Congratulations Elinor Ostrom on Your Nobel Prize in Economics!

George Hoberg October 12, 2009 GreenPolicyProf wants to send a major shoutout to Elinor Ostrom, the co-winner of this year’s Nobel Prize in Economics. Ostrom’s award is notable for several reasons. First, she is the first woman to win the … Continue reading

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