Frontier talks to Dr. Kenneth Green about the Canada’s environmental record over the past 30 years.
This week, the Frontier Centre released a new study showing that European experiments with centrally planned “green job” creation schemes have generally failed to produce positive outcomes. Instead of creating jobs and generating economic growth, “green jobs” initiatives in Spain, …
Dr. Kenneth Green and Ben Eisen review European efforts to create “green jobs” and find that these policies have done more harm than good, leading to net job losses, higher energy prices and widespread corruption.
Well-meaning efforts by governments to protect the environment can backfire, resulting in severe harm to human beings and, in some instances, to the natural environment regulators sought to protect.
Ben Eisen and Kenneth Green show that high levels of economic activity and wealth creation in Canada and the United States benefit the people living in those countries, as well as in other parts of the world.
Ben Eisen and Kenneth Green show that high levels of resource consumption in North America enables economic production and wealth creation that brings benefits to people all over the world.
Eric Merkley, Ben Eisen and Kenneth Green examine the consequences of carbon taxes and cap-and-trade policies.
Eric Merkley, Ben Eisen and Kenneth Green examine 8 case studies in carbon pricing from around the world, and assess their economic, environmental and political consequences.
The environmental benefits of biofuel subsidies are dubious, and these subsidies have the disastrous unintended consequence of making it harder for the poorest people in the world to feed their families.