Subsidizing fossil fuel companies in the face of rapid climate change is like spraying jet fuel on a burning home.
There's certainly a huge gap between what people expect from politicians and what politicians are doing.
From that moment forward, no piece of carbon dioxide regulation legislation has managed to get a single Republican co-sponsor.
The fact that Oslo is moving forward so rapidly is encouraging, and I think it will be inspiring if they are successful.
Canada’s federal government is fond of saying that we can build pipelines and still meet our climate promises.
At the recent meeting of presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, climate change was sidelined in favour of trade and national security discussions.
What does Canada’s energy future look like, and how do we get there?