A new climate change treaty at Copenhagen would likely cost trillions of dollars. The opportunity costs associated with such a course are thus enormous.
Suzuki Report Provides Honest Environmental Advocacy: Study confirms that emission cuts will cost billions
The Suzuki/Pembina greenhouse gas report recognizes that significant greenhouse gas reductions cannot be achieved without substantial costs in terms of lost economic growth.
Manitoba’s Unsustainable Government Pay Premium : Manitoba taxpayers foot the bill for unusually high public servant salaries
The average provincial public administration employee in Manitoba earns 50 per cent higher wages than the average worker in the province. By comparison, the pay premium in neighbouring Saskatchewan is just 31 per cent.
The Environmental State of Canada – Slides
PowerPoint slides detailing Canada’s environmental progress which accompanied the Meeting for Policy Experts seminar by Dr. Ken Green and Ben Eisen in Winnipeg on June 17th, 2009.
The Environmental State of Canada
Air, water, soil dramatically improving despite all the environmental scare-mongering. Forest cover steady, not declining. Carbon Dioxide increasing but far slower than predicted in the past based on economic growth.
We Don’t Need Another New Deal
The data show a significant difference between the economic situation today and that of the Great Depression. Additionally, one must keep in mind that, given the social support measures and automatic countercyclical
Why America (and Canada) Doesn’t Need Another New Deal
Financial expert Rohit Gupta notes both the correct and incorrect actions taken in the 1930s in the United States under Franklin D. Roosevelt. The study notes how government actions in the 1930s both helped some families, but in other cases, also hindered economic recovery and in fact deepened the 1930s depression.