New evidence shows that industries and companies overestimate the cost of complying with environmental regulations, and that often these regulations can lead to beneficial innovation too. This means that our economy and environment can both win.
Alberta’s world-class climate policy will drive the oil sands to cleaner production, build momentum heading into the Paris Climate Summit
Sunday, November 22, 2015
Edmonton - Sustainable Prosperity, a national economic think tank and research network, congratulates Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and the Province of Alberta for announcing a world-class climate policy that will lead to cleaner production from the oil sands, and build momentum ahead of the climate talks in Paris.
Toronto, April 13, 2015 - Sustainable Prosperity, welcomes the announcement today that the province of Ontario will be moving forward to create a cap-and-trade system on its greenhouse gas emissions, and linking to Quebec existing systems.