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Peter Courtney said: “We will vote on this measure,” External link

oregonlive Tuesday, March 26, 2019 4:41:00 AM CET

Pat Mooney says: “Climate smart agriculture has become the new slogan for the agricultural research establishment and the corporate sector to position themselves as the solution to the food and climate crisis,” External link

grain Tuesday, March 19, 2019 1:04:00 PM CET

Rod Phillips said (about Rod Phillips): "output-based pricing system” that came into effect on Jan. 1 covering large industrial facilities with the aim of protecting their competitiveness by taxing only a small portion of their emissions. The federal carbon tax is being imposed in four provinces − Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and New Brunswick − that do not have their own carbon pricing system in place, although Saskatchewan has a deal with Ottawa to regulate its large industrial emitters. Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government scrapped the province’s cap-and-trade plan after taking office last June. However, provincial Environment Minister Rod Phillips is now demanding that the federal Liberal government back off and allow Ontario to replace the federal large-emitter system with provincial regulations that are still under development. Industrial companies − from steel makers, to petrochemical firms, to refiners − have tens of millions of dollars at stake. They face the prospect, if Ontario gets its way, of having to comply with the third carbon-tax regime to apply in Ontario since 2018. As Ottawa digs in, many companies see the prospect for lower costs under Ontario’s fledgling plan, which would be less costly and would achieve fewer GHG reductions. “Ontario’s proposed new emissions performance standards take into account the unique circumstances of industry and Ontario’s economy, and will reduce greenhouse-gas pollution from the biggest emitters, while allowing for economic growth," External link

theglobeandmail Monday, March 18, 2019 5:04:00 AM CET

Rod Phillips said (about Rod Phillips): "output-based pricing system” that came into effect on Jan. 1 covering large industrial facilities with the aim of protecting their competitiveness by taxing only a small portion of their emissions. The federal carbon tax is being imposed in four provinces − Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and New Brunswick − that do not have their own carbon pricing system in place, although Saskatchewan has a deal with Ottawa to regulate its large industrial emitters. Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government scrapped the province’s cap-and-trade plan after taking office last June. However, provincial Environment Minister Rod Phillips is now demanding that the federal Liberal government back off and allow Ontario to replace the federal large-emitter system with provincial regulations that are still under development. Industrial companies − from steel makers, to petrochemical firms, to refiners − have tens of millions of dollars at stake. They face the prospect, if Ontario gets its way, of having to comply with the third carbon-tax regime to apply in Ontario since 2018. As Ottawa digs in, many companies see the prospect for lower costs under Ontario’s fledgling plan, which would be less costly and would achieve fewer GHG reductions. “Ontario’s proposed new emissions performance standards take into account the unique circumstances of industry and Ontario’s economy, and will reduce greenhouse-gas pollution from the biggest emitters, while allowing for economic growth," External link

theglobeandmail Sunday, March 17, 2019 11:21:00 PM CET

Doug Ford said: "The federal carbon tax is going to hit your family's budget like a tonne of bricks," External link

electricenergyonline Thursday, March 14, 2019 8:42:00 PM CET

Doug Ford said: "A carbon tax is not the only way to fight climate change," "But what a carbon tax will do is chase manufacturing jobs, small business jobs and trucking jobs out of Ontario. Because it is clear you can be for jobs or you can be for a carbon tax, but you can't be for both. That's why I'm ringing the warning bell that the risk of a carbon tax recession is real" External link

electricenergyonline Thursday, March 14, 2019 8:42:00 PM CET

Rod Phillips said: "Our plan serves as proof that you can both oppose a carbon tax and continue to do more to fight climate change, you don't have to choose," "A healthy environment and a healthy economy, Ontario deserves both" External link

electricenergyonline Thursday, March 14, 2019 8:42:00 PM CET

Rod Phillips said: "We know that the federal carbon tax will increase the cost to heat your home, fuel your car and feed your family," "Our families, workers and job creators have already made significant sacrifices to reduce Ontario's greenhouse gas emissions. The people of Ontario have done their share, and we have a plan that will hit our remaining target without a carbon tax. There is no justification for the federal government to punish our province further" External link

electricenergyonline Thursday, March 14, 2019 8:42:00 PM CET

Doug Ford concluded: "While the federal government continues to scheme up ways to increase your taxes, we are going to remain focussed on protecting the things that matter most to the people of Ontario," "We're going to continue keeping our promises, put Ontario back on a path to balance and make Ontario open for jobs once again. That's how you protect health care, education and everything else the people of Ontario rely on" External link

electricenergyonline Thursday, March 14, 2019 8:42:00 PM CET

Bernard Looney said: "Natural gas does have a chink in its armor and that chink in its armor is methane." External link

houstonchronicle Thursday, March 14, 2019 3:56:00 PM CET

Bernard Looney said: "Commenting on duplicative regulation when it could be simplified," External link

houstonchronicle Thursday, March 14, 2019 3:56:00 PM CET

Fred Krupp said: "There's a difference between making promises and keeping promises," "We need regulations that are enforced and ubiquitous monitoring to keep the pollution checked and dramatically lowered" External link

houstonchronicle Thursday, March 14, 2019 3:56:00 PM CET

Fred Krupp said: "Suddenly in the last few months there's been a sea change," External link

houstonchronicle Thursday, March 14, 2019 3:56:00 PM CET

UC Irvine said: “Our study was designed to test what kinds of concentrations could be encountered on the ground during a random visit downwind of various facilities. We’re seeing elevated levels of carcinogens and other gases in the same area where we’re seeing excess cancers known to be caused by these chemicals,” External link

news-uci Thursday, March 14, 2019 3:46:00 AM CET

Carmen Calvo afirmó: "Somos un Estado garantista, pero en el momento en que se pueda producir el punto final de la exhumación de los restos de Franco, lo haremos" External link

elsiglodetorreon Sunday, March 3, 2019 12:27:00 PM CET

Omar Ramirez aseguró: “Esta atención debe mantenerse durante todo el año y no debe expresarse únicamente en períodos de emergencia ambiental, ya que el nivel de actuación queda limitado a la implementación de medidas correctivas” External link

semana Wednesday, February 27, 2019 4:39:00 AM CET

Nestor Rojas aseguró: “Cuando se tiene claro cuáles son las principales fuentes de esa contaminación, hay que empezar a hacer acciones estratégicas para incentivar a las fuentes a reducir sus emisiones ” External link

semana Wednesday, February 27, 2019 4:39:00 AM CET

José Bogas explicaba: "Nos sentimos cómodos con el plan, es la ruta que debemos seguir hasta 2030" External link

elespanol Wednesday, February 27, 2019 3:45:00 AM CET

Bjorn Lomborg writes: “Because honest and deep emissions cuts are staggeringly hard to make, achieving carbon neutrality anytime soon is an empty ambition almost everywhere” “But countries continue to make big promises and massage their emission numbers to give a false sense of progress on combatting global warming” External link

torontosun Tuesday, February 26, 2019 2:14:00 AM CET

Juan Carlos I says: ”We want to provide our customers with the best possible products and services to fulfill their current and future needs,” External link

azosensors Tuesday, February 19, 2019 4:35:00 PM CET

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