Monthly Archives: December 2018

Crunch Time on Climate, or why Canadians should strongly support Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax

Crunch time is now.  The IPCC special report, Global Warming of 1.5oC was an early October shot across our collective bows.  It reported the substantial difference in extent of risk in a 2oC world, compared to a 1.5oC world.  The US report in late November was a follow-up to make sure we noticed.  That report: … Continue reading »

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