Headlines from the clean energy transition

Read the latest on the shift to clean energy here in Canada and around the world.

Denying solutions is the new climate change denial

Denying solutions is the new climate change denial

Imagine you’re buying a car. The first dealership you check out has a number of them. You can test drive these cars, you know other people who have them and you can read reviews online. The...

Clean Growth is More Than a Goal—It’s a Reality

Clean Growth is More Than a Goal—It’s a Reality

Protests. Politics. Polarization. Whether you’re reading a newspaper, tuning into the news, or scrolling through Twitter, you’ll notice a common theme: coverage of energy and climate change is...

Can Canada get to 90 per cent non-emitting by 2030?

Can Canada get to 90 per cent non-emitting by 2030?

Energy: it’s a topic Canadian politicians can’t stop talking about. But the energy conversation is often framed around what we need to cut in the decades ahead—oil production, carbon...

Stronger energy-saving measures just makes sense

Stronger energy-saving measures just makes sense

A win for our economy, consumers and the climate? It may sound like an elusive unicorn, but energy efficiency checks all of the above boxes. Although they are under-reported, measures to help homes,...

Canada’s energy opportunity is bigger than a pipeline

Canada’s energy opportunity is bigger than a pipeline

Protests. Politics. Polarization. Pipelines are dominating our national discourse once again. Is it a serious issue? Certainly. And yet the time and attention it’s consuming risks distracting...

Ontario PCs: abandon carbon pricing at your own risk

Ontario PCs: abandon carbon pricing at your own risk

Ontario politics has been turned on its head, again. With less than four months until the general election, Ontario’s Progressive Conservative party is leaderless, and would-be-leaders have...

British Columbians deserve to hear the real cost of LNG

British Columbians deserve to hear the real cost of LNG

With the prospect of building LNG facilities in B.C. back in the headlines, British Columbians are once again confronted with the question of whether or how LNG should proceed — and the climate...