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Prof. Richard Lindzen – in Conversation with Grégoire Canlorbe

Contributed by Grégoire Canlorbe

(Originally published on Watts Up With That)

Prof. Richard Lindzen (in the middle), and his wife Nadine, in the company of Grégoire Canlorbe, in Paris in

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Finding Canada’s Energy Policy

Contributed by Paul Gagnon © 2018

The U. of C’s School of Public Policy group is sponsoring a forum on June 06, 2018, entitled Bridging Divides: In Search of Continue reading

Andrew Sheer’s Flawed Climate Policy

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2018

Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant, former public servant of 27 years and prior to that a diplomat for 10 years.

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Suzuki Controversy: An Open Letter to Dr. David Turpin, President and Vice Chancellor of the University of Alberta

Dear Dr. Turpin,

RE: Honorary Degree for Dr. David Suzuki –

Empirical Scientific Evidence versus Emotional Activist Rhetoric

These are our opinions. We would like to address your published statement… Continue reading

CHECKSTOP: Challenging the Canadian Federal Government’s Carbon Pollution Pricing System Results Report

Introduction

On April 30, 2018, the Canadian Federal government released a report on Facebook[1] entitled “Estimated Results of the Federal Carbon Pollution Pricing System” (herein after ‘Carbon Tax/GBA’ [Gender … Continue reading

Nouvelle-France: la conquête du carbone?

Traduction: “New France: The Carbon Conquest?”

Le Premier ministre du Canada, Justin Trudeau, s’est adressé à l’Assemblée nationale française le 17 avril, 2018.

Au cours de son allocution, il a … Continue reading

New France: The Carbon Conquest?

Opinion: by Michelle Stirling © 2017

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed the French National Assembly on April 17, 2018.

As part of his address he claimed that Canada will meet … Continue reading

The Abacus Data-Ecofiscal Push Poll – A Critique of Methodology

Abacus Data recently issued “Perceptions in Carbon Pricing in Canada,” a survey intended to evaluate national sentiments about carbon taxes.

Page 15 of Abacus Power Point

First, this is a … Continue reading

Getting Around in Canada-Vast Distances, Extreme Weather

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2017

As fuel taxes and carbon taxes raise the price of transportation in Canada, will it get too expensive to drive your car or truck? … Continue reading

IEO 2017 – Bad News For Climate Alarmists

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2017

Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant and former public servant of 27 years; prior to that he was a diplomat for 10 Continue reading

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