Transition to Sustainable Economy
Alberta's economy will prosper, not suffer, as carbon pricing encourages renewables to replace fossil fuels, says Sierra Club Canada.
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There once was a time we thought we could never run out of cod. It is frightening to consider that most current economic theories came at a time of perceived limitless resources. But could the earth’s environmental wounds launch a new economic theory? Or, in a more practical sense, could price actually reflect cost?... Read more »
The relationship between trade and environment has been a topic of discussion for many years. The focus has been the implications of environmental policies on international trade. The GATT Secretariat first expressed this concern in 1971, through the document called Industrial Pollution Control and International Trade.... Read more »