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| 02/07/18

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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In depth
02/07/18 | PICS Staff

Exploring Climate Policy Options: A Conversation with Mark Jaccard

Energy
02/07/18 | PICS Staff

Pipeline spat throws wrench into Alberta decarbonization

Energy
01/10/18 | PICS Staff

Alberta’s first renewables auction delivers historic low prices, but backup still needed

Natural gas pipelines
Energy
06/07/17 | PICS Staff

Alberta coal plants switching to gas, but biomass could be cheaper still

Solutions
03/15/17 | PICS Staff

Membrane-tech to help decarbonise oil sector wins $3m Alberta grant

Fuel rods
Energy
02/16/17 | PICS Staff

Wind and nuclear offer least emissions risk for Alberta: new research

Trump Tower
Policy
02/01/17 | PICS Staff

Trump’s Keystone impact on Alberta oil sector emissions cap

pile of coal
Energy
11/23/16 | PICS Staff

Canada accelerates efforts to phase out coal

Policy
09/14/16 | PICS Staff

Conservative eco-think-tank: Alberta ‘hybrid’ CO2 tax best option

Energy
07/27/16 | PICS Staff

The climate goals of Alberta’s handful of Notley-friendly oil firms

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