In their op-ed for Maclean’s Professor Paul Boothe, Director of the Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management, and Visiting Fellow Felix Boudreault question who will take responsibility for reducing GHGs.
GHG reduction and climate change in Canada is particularly difficult given the enormous diversity in emissions across provinces and territories. But there is reason for optimism, says the Lawrence Centre. A collaborative approach between the federal government and provinces might be the way forward.
As government representatives gather to iron out next steps in Canada’s climate change plan the Ivey Business School’s Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management has developed a summary of the basic facts to get the discussion rolling.
Associate Professor Guy Holburn, Director of the Ivey Energy Policy and Management Centre, spoke with The Canadian Press about TransCanada's proposed trade challenge against the U.S. over the rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline
Stephen Littlechild, former regulator of the U.K. electricity industry, shared lessons from the U.K. at two panel sessions in Toronto on November 30 called Electricity Privatization and Restructuring in Ontario and Abroad.
In his op-ed for Maclean’s, Professor Paul Boothe, Director of the Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management and former deputy minister at Environment Canada, said Canada is by no means a “leader” compared to other countries in the fight against climate change.