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Leading Environmental Organizations Endorse New Green Recovery Guidelines
Leading environmental organizations endorse new green recovery guidelines, including strict conditions on the oil and gas industry.
Green Strings: Principles and conditions for a green recovery from COVID-19 in Canada
Endorsed by Canada's leading environmental groups, this paper sets out seven "green strings" recommendations to apply to government measures to ensure a green recovery from COVID-19.
Doubling Down on Alberta's Oil and Gas Sector Is a Risk Canadians Can’t Afford to Take
There's no question that people across Alberta need urgent help. But is injecting tens of billions into oil and gas corporations the right kind of help?
Who Will Pay for Alberta's Orphan Wells?
Alberta's orphan wells require proper decommissioning to prevent harm to the environment and surrounding communities. Who will pay for this?
Canada's Federal Fossil Fuel Subsidies in 2020
Federal fossil fuel subsidies in Canada reached at least CAD 600 million in 2019, but more transparency is needed from government to understand the full picture.
Locked In and Losing Out: British Columbia’s fossil fuel subsidies
British Columbia's fossil fuel subsidies reached CAD 830 million in 2017–2018, and new subsidies continue to be introduced. This report identifies provincial subsidies and calls on the province to undertake subsidy reform.
Submission to Environment and Climate Change Canada's Consultation on Non-Tax Fossil Fuel Subsidies
As part the G20 peer review of fossil fuel subsidies, Environment and Climate Change Canada opened a consultation on their review of non-tax subsidies. IISD developed this written submission in response.
Ontario provides roughly CAD 700 million annually to subsidize fossil fuels
Ontario, a province undergoing an aggressive push to balance its budget after projecting a deficit of CAD 11.7 billion in 2018/19, still provides roughly CAD 700 million in subsidies to fossil fuels that increase greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to climate change, according to a new study.