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Letter to Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr and Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna   As the Energy and Mines Ministers' Conference gets underway in New Brunswick, 10 organizations have sent the following letter to the federal government: 14 August 2017 Dear Honourable Minister of Natural Resources, Jim Carr, and Honourable Minister of...
Publication - 21 août 2017 - Tag : Green construction, Public interventions
The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau Prime Minister of Canada 80 Wellington Street Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A2 September 1, 2016 Dear Prime Minister Trudeau,
Publication - 1 septembre 2016 - Tag : Climate change, Public interventions, subsidies
Équiterre, Pembina Institute, Environmental Defence, Climate Action Network Canada, Conservation Council of New-Brunswick and Ecology Action Centre released this report for a pan-Canadian electrification strategy, in order to reduce GHG emissions, following the Paris Agreement.
The Globe and Mail’s June 10th editorial argued that Ontario’s climate strategy should be boiled down to one, and only one, measure: putting a price on carbon. We strongly disagree.
Publication - 17 juin 2016 - Tag : Climate change, Public interventions
May 16, 2016, Ottawa – Équiterre welcomes today the news released by the Globe and Mail of the Government of Ontario’s ambitious climate plan including $7 billion investment in climate-friendly measures. The new programs will be paid for out of revenue from the province’s upcoming cap-and-trade system.These investments and Ontario’s cap-and-trade system...
Communiqué - 17 mai 2016 - Tag : Climate change, Public interventions
Montréal, 22th July 2015 – Équiterre and Les Citoyens au Courant, a group of citizens living along the route of pipeline Enbridge 9B are requesting hydrostatic tests on ALL of Line 9B, and not just on 3 segments of the pipeline as it was ordered by the National Energy Board (NEB) on June 18th 2015.
Communiqué - 22 juillet 2015 - Tag : Enbridge, Pipelines, Public interventions
March 26, 2015, Toronto - Environmental Groups across Canada today responded to a new pan-provincial energy agreement cautioning that no climate progress can be made if tar sands pipelines are approved.