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If you're a professional protestor (as lots of these people are), and you've got to riot over something - it may as well be over climate change.
There were more protests today - this time downtown [read more]
The Ontario Power Authority ("OPA") announced today that it will offer 700 microFIT contracts to homeowners, schools, farmers and small businesses. This is the first round of offers to be [read more]
Chilly, snowy day in Copenhagen today. The Bella Centre was packed with people waiting to get in again today, although the queues were better organized and the protester/activist types were actually [read more]
It's really nothing new.
The talks in Copenhagen seem to be confirming the status quo. Developing countries are still looking for someone to pay for climate change so they can continue growth [read more]
I thought I'd divide the blogs into two sections. One section devoted to the "experience" of being in Copenhagen, and one about what the Conference is doing. For those of you not interested [read more]
Canada, Canada, and Canada, which has managed a hat trick in the first three days of COP 15 in Copenhagen.
The Climate Action Network, a coalition of over 450 NGOs worldwide dedicated to limiting [read more]
Submitted by Grant Boyle
Recently some of the largest GHG emitting countries announced greenhouse gas reduction targets, breathing some life into the 15th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations [read more]
The Ontario Legislature passed the Environmental Protection Amendment Act (Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading), 2009 today. As discussed when the bill was introduced in May, the new legislation provides [read more]
As recently as this morning, the Toronto Star reported that Prime Minister Stephen Harper would not attend the global climate change negotiations in Copenhagen next month. Later in the day, Dimitri [read more]
What came first, the chicken or the egg? Observers on the various fronts of climate change policy development may have been pondering a similar conundrum in the run-up to Copenhagen. What should come [read more]
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