for Climate Policy
The pledges from the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow are coming in thick and fast, with new promises to transition to net-zero emissions and other commitments to cut financing for fossil fuels.
Senate Democrats are moving forward with a sweeping infrastructure package aimed at accelerating the clean energy transition.
This week EU unveiled arguably the most ambitious suite of climate policies globally. But several questions must be answered before these proposals can become law.
The results of the Georgia senate election upend the outlook for President-elect Biden, opening up a long list of opportunities on energy and climate-related issues.
Although the carbon tax proposed by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will likely cause more stress for the country's oil industry, it may lead to approval for much-need oil pipelines.
With the country enjoying a period of energy abundance and low prices at the pump, voters aren’t as concerned about what’s happening in the global oil market. That showed in the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Picking Ken Salazar and John Podesta for high-level positions provides little clarity regarding energy and the environment policy since both advisers have different philosophies and it’s unclear which side would win out under a Clinton administration.
Flagging investment, price and infrastructure challenges, and the coming election are contributing to a grim outlook for Canada's oil industry.