Loin d’être la menace que l’on nous présente, la croissance a le plus souvent été une source de solutions pour les problèmes auxquels l’humanité doit faire face.
Ce n’est ni la première ni la dernière fois qu’un lobby américain bien financé s’attaque à l’industrie du bois d’œuvre et de la foresterie canadienne.
It is neither the first nor the last time a well-heeled US lobby group attacks the Canadian softwood lumber and forestry sector.
Recent coverage of the impact of the forestry sector on climate change raises a series of alarming questions as to the objectivity and reliability of some media outlets and journalists.
Canada’s managed forests are not net emitters of carbon but rather are a net carbon sink.
Small businesses in Canada have had a rough few years. If regulators tack on extra costs from ESG (environmental, social, and governance) reporting criteria, it may be the final nail in the coffin for many.
Ottawa has been the latest to jump on the ESG bandwagon, committing in its latest budget to mandatory reporting of climate-related financial risk across a wide range of Canadian industries.
Plans to mandate scope three emissions reporting would be detrimental to small businesses, finds this new report published by the Montreal Economic Institute.
By capping our oil and gas sector’s emissions, Ottawa risks killing the golden goose while getting nothing in return.
Ottawa’s oil and gas emissions cap proposal amounts to nothing more than political greenwashing, where we get to feel like we did something, but we really just paid through the nose for something with little to no positive effect.