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International court rules against Koch Industries in carbon pricing case

International court rules against Koch Industries in carbon pricing case

An international tribunal ruled that Canada is not obligated to compensate Koch Industries for the losses it claimed after the cap-and-trade program was canceled in Ontario.

Fatima Syed reports for The Narwhal.

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A new strategy for western states to adapt to long-term drought: Customized water pricing

Even after January’s storms, California faces a water-scarce future. An economist and an engineer propose a way to test higher water prices as a conservation strategy without hurting low-income users.
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Why pricing carbon is still more theory than reality

While the concept of carbon pricing may have broad support, the actual working of such systems have proved hugely controversial in Canada, Australia and other countries.

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A sea change in fuel prices is imminent

A sea change in fuel prices is imminent

Much of the hand-wringing about cleaner fuel has to do with things we encounter daily - trains, planes and automobiles. But possibly the most significant issue, and certainly the most immediate one, is far out at sea.

Sask. introduces climate change preparation plan for farmers and communities

Sask. introduces climate change preparation plan for farmers and communities

The Saskatchewan government is partnering with Natural Resources Canada to help farmers and communities prepare for climate change.

Three things Christine Lagarde can do to cement her legacy on climate.

Managing Director Lagarde has positioned the IMF as an important and credible voice in the debate about climate change. Now it’s time for the Fund to expand and institutionalize this new role, helping poor and vulnerable countries understand and confront the macroeconomic and financial risks of climate change.

WASHINGTON DC, Oct 11 2017 (IPS) - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and climate change do not often appear in the same headline together. Indeed, environmental issues have been, at most, peripheral to the Fund’s core functions. But now economists inside and outside the IMF are beginning to understand that climate change has significant implications for national and regional economies, and so it’s worth reconsidering the Fund’s role in addressing the climate challenge.

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Hey Saskatchewan, let's talk about the 'ugly side' side of oil.

It is time for people in oil-producing communities to start speaking up about the noxious gasses that are poisoning their health, the spilled salt water and oil that contaminates their fields, and the infractions that oil companies commit in their everyday operations.

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