Alberta’s evolving electricity market
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by Aiman Ghori
1w ago
Alberta's electricity market is changing quickly. Here's what you need to know. The post Alberta’s evolving electricity market appeared first on Canadian Climate Institute ..read more
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The inescapable math of emissions, LNG, and international trade
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by Aiman Ghori
2w ago
LNG trade has benefits for Canada and importing countries, but it isn’t a substitute for climate policy The post The inescapable math of emissions, LNG, and international trade appeared first on Canadian Climate Institute ..read more
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Large-emitter trading systems explained
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by Aiman Ghori
1M ago
Canada’s industrial carbon price reduces emissions and protects competitiveness—here’s how The post Large-emitter trading systems explained appeared first on Canadian Climate Institute ..read more
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Time to stop building infrastructure for yesterday’s climate
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by Aiman Ghori
1M ago
Canada’s infrastructure isn’t prepared for the climate crisis impacts, but there are things we can do to get ready for future events. The post Time to stop building infrastructure for yesterday’s climate appeared first on Canadian Climate Institute ..read more
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New Ontario program could accelerate energy transition while advancing Indigenous reconciliation
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by Aiman Ghori
1M ago
With the right program rules, Ontario’s forthcoming corporate renewable energy purchasing program could lower carbon pollution and accelerate economic development for Indigenous communities. The post New Ontario program could accelerate energy transition while advancing Indigenous reconciliation appeared first on Canadian Climate Institute ..read more
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High and dry: The rising tide of flood risks and the insurance dilemma
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by Aiman Ghori
2M ago
A national low-cost insurance program tied to a broader strategy could help long-term flood resilience in many communities across Canada. The post High and dry: The rising tide of flood risks and the insurance dilemma appeared first on Canadian Climate Institute ..read more
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Higher ground: Keeping new homes out of harm’s way
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by Aiman Ghori
2M ago
As Canada spurs on a new wave of housing, governments need to ensure homes aren’t built in areas at high risk of flooding and wildfire The post Higher ground: Keeping new homes out of harm’s way appeared first on Canadian Climate Institute ..read more
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Change is in the pipeline—will expanding gas networks leave ratepayers on the hook?
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by Aiman Ghori
2M ago
As the energy transition accelerates, regulators are bringing a public-interest lens to the question of continued network expansion. The post Change is in the pipeline—will expanding gas networks leave ratepayers on the hook? appeared first on Canadian Climate Institute ..read more
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Atlantic Offshore Wind: A national clean energy resource
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by Aiman Ghori
2M ago
The first and best use for Atlantic offshore wind would be to provide massive amounts of clean energy to Canada’s electrical grids as far west as Ontario. The post Atlantic Offshore Wind: A national clean energy resource appeared first on Canadian Climate Institute ..read more
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The die is cast on the clean economy. Canada needs to stay in the game.
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by Aiman Ghori
3M ago
The biggest drivers of climate policy in 2024 won't come from Ottawa, but from Washington and Brussels The post The die is cast on the clean economy. Canada needs to stay in the game. appeared first on Canadian Climate Institute ..read more
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