Carbon-Pricing Exemptions Are the Wrong Way to Keep Energy Affordable | National Newswatch

Published: 17 October 2023

October 17, 2023 | The federal government is under pressure to carve out exemptions to its carbon pricing system, particularly for rural home-heating fuel in Atlantic Canada. Keeping essentials...

By 2500 earth could be alien to humans

Published: 13 October 2021

To fully grasp and plan for climate impacts under any scenario, researchers and policymakers must look well beyond the 2100 benchmark. Unless CO2 emissions drop significantly, global warming by...

Mitigating Agricultural Greenhouse Gases and Increasing Carbon Sequestration in a Circular Economy

Wednesday, September 29, 2021 10:00to13:00

McGill's Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is pleased to host Mitigating Agricultural Greenhouse Gases and Increasing Carbon Sequestration in a Circular Economy--an international...

Expert: Supreme Court’s carbon tax decision

Published: 25 March 2021

In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled the federal Liberal government's carbon pricing regime is constitutional — a major decision that allows Ottawa to push ahead with its...

Volcanic CO2 emissions helped trigger Triassic climate change

Published: 14 April 2020

A new study finds volcanic activity played a direct role in triggering extreme climate change at the end of the Triassic period 201 million year ago, wiping out almost half of all existing species....

Geophysics could slow Antarctic ice retreat

Published: 10 November 2015

 Gravitational effects, variations in Earth structure could damp rise in global sea levels

Aerosol emissions in East Asia driven by consumption in developed countries

Published: 6 September 2016

Much of the influence on climate from air pollution in East Asia is driven by consumption in the developed countries of Western Europe and North America, according to research co-led by McGill...

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