Losing Ground on Carbon Pricing

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

In 2014 the Ecofiscal Commission was created to advocate for putting a price on carbon. It comprised people from across the political spectrum, including former Reform Party founder and leader, Preston Manning. A consensus seemed to be emerging. But, these days it has become a heated debate across Canada. The Agenda welcomes economist Chris Ragan, chair of the commission, to discuss the battle over the carbon tax.
Episode:
Understanding Carbon Pricing; Melancholic Climate Scientists
Aired:
Jan 15, 2019
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