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Talanoa Dialogue: Building Trust and Informing Climate Action
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Nations, companies driving toward cleaner cars
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Interconnected: Canadian and U.S. Electricity

The U.S. and Canadian electric power grids are connected through 37 major transmission lines from New England to the Pacific Northwest. The interconnected North American power grid provides numerous benefits for Canada and the United States, including enhanced electric reliability, …

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The enduring power of US-China climate leadership
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Technological innovation, sustainable development, and post-Paris voluntary cooperation — a closer look at Japan’s joint crediting mechanism

The following article appeared in the July 2016 issue of the American Bar Association International Environmental and Resources Law Committee Newsletter.   After the Paris Agreement, a major challenge will be achieving emissions reductions while promoting sustainable development and allowing nations flexibility to …

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Canada, Mexico, US should collaborate on climate
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China’s Contribution to the Paris Climate Agreement

Based on analysis by some of the world’s leading  energy institutes, China’s INDC represents a significant undertaking beyond business-as-usual and will help slow the rise in global greenhouse gas emissions. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), International Energy …

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China’s provinces learn how to reduce emissions with trading
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How Canada and the U.S. can lead together on climate change

June 27, 2015 The (Toronto) Globe and Mail Op-Ed by Janet Peace With fossil fuel production going strong on both sides of the border, Canada and the United States face similar challenges in balancing energy and economic priorities with the …

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China eyes a carbon tax