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Canada Federal Budget 2013 missed opportunity to invest in clean energy, says Pembina Institute

Indeed, the 433-page budget plan fails to mention climate change even once.

By: Pembina Institute | Press Release:

OTTAWA — Clare Demerse, federal policy director at the Pembina Institute, made the following comments today following the release of the 2013 federal budget

“Jim Flaherty delivered his eighth budget at a time when the federal government’s track record on the environment and climate change is under heightened scrutiny, and when the cuts to environmental protection contained in last year’s budget bills are starting to take effect.

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New report shows path to better oilsands, climate accountability for Alberta and Canada

By: Pembina Institute | Feb 25, 2013:

Pembina Institute Carbon Pricing ApproachesEDMONTON — As Canada faces increasing scrutiny of its weak climate change policy for oilsands development, a new report illustrates how both Alberta and the federal government can better manage emissions and improve the country’s international reputation.

The new Pembina Institute report, Carbon Pricing Approaches in Oil and Gas Producing Jurisdictionscompares climate change policy approaches in Alberta, British Columbia, California, Australia, Norway and the European Union. For each policy, the assessment looks at the incentive to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (measured in dollars per tonne), the percentage of emissions receiving that incentive, and other metrics.

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