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April 18, 2018 | 3:33 pm

Clean trucking could require as much as half of BC’s current electricity

All new trucks need to be electric as early as 2025 if the province is to keep to its legislated emissions targets, researchers conclude.

Energy | PICS Staff
04/18/18 | PICS Staff

Ottawa steps up focus on sustainable finance ahead of G7

04/05/18 | PICS Staff

UN: biodiversity loss as big a threat as climate change

03/21/18 | PICS Staff

‘Smart-charging’ doesn’t boost adoption of electric vehicles

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04/18/18 | PICS Staff

How realistic is a rapid, healthy, high-tech transition compared to negative emissions to help us reach our Paris targets?

07/21/17 | PICS Staff

Clean up the grid. Electrify everything.

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Exploring Climate Policy Options: A Conversation with Mark Jaccard

Energy economist Mark Jaccard helped design BC’s carbon tax, and he still supports it. But he questions just how politically viable a stringent tax—at the level needed to meet climate targets—can really be. So he also continues to explore how other policies that the public find more acceptable could work.

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