Low Carbon Economy
Carbon Trust has developed an interactive tool that allows employees to look at different ways to reduce carbon emissions in the office.
A joint OECD and International Energy Agency (IEA) report which highlights the challenges facing energy producers and users, and how they can be addressed using green growth policies.
Resources for the Future report Moving U.S. Climate Policy Forward: Are Carbon Taxes the Only Good Alternative? estimates the welfare costs of the main medium-term options for significantly reducing U.S. energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
IISD report estimates value of subsidies to Canada's oil industry.
If policymakers wish to reduce Canadian greenhouse gas emissions, they can do so using a suite of policy tools that mitigate regional impacts.
SP Research Network member Matthew Paterson (University of Ottawa), in conjunction with Peter Newell (University of East Anglia), recently published a new book, "Climate Capitalism: Global Warming and the Transformation of the Global Economy."
This new report, Measuring Up: Benchmarking Canada’s Competitiveness in a Low-Carbon World, is the first in the Climate Prosperity series of reports the NRTEE will issue examining how Canada can prosper through the economic risks and opportunities of climate change as part of this global low-carbon transition.
A C.D. Howe backgrounder by authors Jean-Thomas Bernard and Jean-Yves Duclose explaining how increasing the price of electricity and the carbon tax - gradually - is the best way for Québec to reach its environmental and energy objectives.