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Par Annie Bérubé, directrice des relations gouvernementales d’Équiterre à Ottawa Le ministre fédéral des Finances Bill Morneau publiait cette semaine une ébauche du projet de loi pour mettre en oeuvre un mécanisme de tarification du carbone à l’échelle nationale à compter de 2019.
Billet de blogue - 15 janvier 2018 - Tag : Advocacy, Dossiers - Lutte aux changements climatiques, Taxe carbone
For several years, climate studies have been conclusive: we are facing extreme weather events increasingly frequently and climate change is very real. These realizations have been amplified in recent weeks in the lead up to COP23:
Fiche informative - 15 novembre 2017 - Tag : Advocacy, Climate change, COP23
La Loi canadienne sur la protection de l'environnement (LCPE) fait actuellement l'objet d'un examen, près de vingt ans après sa dernière mise à jour. La LCPE est la loi générale du Canada régissant l'évaluation et la gestion des risques posés par les substances chimiques dans les produits.
Actualité - 8 juin 2017 - Tag : Advocacy, Toxic substances
The first ministers’ meeting should signal the start of this race to the top, a clean and honest race, with the provinces paving the way for innovative climate policies and the federal government bringing stragglers into the race by using its jurisdictional and spending powers to deploy those policies nationally. It is time that we all flex our imagination and clean...
Publication - 5 décembre 2016 - Tag : Advocacy, Climate change
Response to: "Mulroney urges Trudeau to take personal charge of Energy East project", by Robert Fife, published September 13, 2016 In yesterday's Globe and Mail, Robert Fife published the plea by former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "take personal charge" of the Energy East project. We are of the opinion that Prime...
Publication - 14 septembre 2016 - Tag : Advocacy, Climate change, Energy East, GHG, TransCanada
Ottawa, November 19, 2014 - The United Nation’s Environment Programme’s (UNEP) Fifth Emissions Gap report, released today, shows there is an urgent need for governments to ramp up their 2020 commitments to cut greenhouse gases if the world is to stay within the global carbon budget needed to keep climate disrupting temperature increases below 20C.
Communiqué - 19 novembre 2014 - Tag : Advocacy, Climate action network, Gap, Organisation, Report, United Nations