Climate Change and Sustainable Finance

#climatechange and #sustainablefinance at @masseycollege: join our expert panel Tom RandRobin EdgerAlex Chapman and me to explore what Canada's financial community is doing now to build a #greeneconomy, especially #Cleancapitalism and Canadian venture capitalists; Property assessed clean energy programs #PACE, and the Canadian insurance industry. Nov. 2 at noon. Register https://www.masseycollege.ca/events/cc-and-sustainable-finance/

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Roadmap to Net Zero

I spent much of 2021 preparing, and consulting on, the Green Party of Ontario Roadmap to Net Zero, the plan that sets the Canadian benchmark for action on climate, environment and equity. This free webinar gives an overview of the...

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Fast green transition will save money too

An excellent new report from Oxford shows that a rapid green #energytransition will likely save many trillions of dollars - even before accounting for climate damages and co-benefits of climate policy, such as #cleanairforall. How? Continue exponentially increasing deployment of...

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Wouldn’t you like to live here?

This is a photo of the Richards Complete Street project in Vancouver. Today, Richards Street has safe bike lanes plus a universal design buffer (avoiding conflicts with seniors and the disabled) which also creates dedicated permeable space for tree roots...

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Climate chaos worsens inequality, but climate policies shouldn’t

Canadians have not engaged very productively with the debate about whether the climate crisis and inequality are competing causes in a zero-sum game. But bold public policy can improve them both at the same time. See my article in Corporate...

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Zero Carbon Law

Any serious #climateaction plan should start with a Zero Carbon Law and a binding Fair Share Carbon Budget. Check out the Green Party of Ontario's groundbreaking Bill 32 in the Ontario Legislature, and the Toronto Star's article about it. Plus, watch for our...

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