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The aim of this report is to explore how environmental markets can be employed as a way to maintain and improve environmental quality and limit pollution as Southern Ontario’s population and economy grow.
Studies founded both in economic theory and empirical research have shown that when firms self-report their pollution, their environmental performance improves.
Sustainable Prosperity commends the Government of British Columbia in its desire to build on its existing climate action measures to move closer to its long-‐term greenhouse gas emission reduction goals.
Want to learn more about Canada's Green Economy through the latest statistics and figures?
This Issue Summary was written by Adam Baylin-Stern, based on a research paper titled, “Carbon Pricing and Mind the Hissing” by Marisa Beck and Randall Wigle.
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