To understand where we’re headed with climate change, we need to look at the latest political policies. What is the government doing to combat our changing climate and its impacts? What types of regulations are being put forth? What will the cost of moving away from fossil fuels be, both economically and socially?
By understanding the policies that are in place and the aims of our political parties, we can get a sense of where our political parties and the country as a whole is headed on this issue.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Eli Dourado, a senior research fellow at the Center for Growth and Opportunity, talking about innovation, technology, and what breakthroughs may pull us out of the “great stagnation.”
Canada’s economic engine—our energy and resource sectors—came of age under much different circumstances, but since the beginning of this century, three monumental changes occurred. We must adapt to them to move a real energy policy forward.
Instead of a just transition plan, what we actually need is a low-carbon export strategy that strengthens the domestic conditions for the development and adoption of low-emitting technologies and shapes the global trading and reporting regime for accounting for carbon emissions.
This episode features host Sean Speer in conversation with Manhattan Institute senior fellow and energy policy expert Mark Mills about technology and innovation, the limits of an energy transition, and why he thinks we are on the cusp of the “roaring 2020s.”