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  • Climate Leaders Around the World Praise Canada’s Carbon Pricing Policy

    By on July 14, 2022

    On Friday, July 15th, 2022 Canadians living in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta—provinces where the federal pollution pricing system applies—will receive their first quarterly Climate Action Incentive payment. Thus, Canada becomes the first country in the world to issue direct payments back to citizens from the pollution fee levied on carbon based fuels . 

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  • Early warning, crisis response & climate safety

    By on July 9, 2022

    Climate safety means focusing on prevention, response, and restoration. The IPCC reports 3.6 billion people are now or will soon be facing ongoing acute climate vulnerability. Leaving billions of people to face such risk without assistance is not only immoral; it will result in the rapid accumulation of response and restoration costs.

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  • CCI Condemns the Assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

    By on July 9, 2022

    The assassination of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is a shock and a tragedy. Public service should never make anyone a target, and the use of violence to target current or former public officials undermines the rights and safety of all people.

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  • France could choose climate income

    By on July 7, 2022

    By activating climate income as an inclusive transition strategy, France could help to ensure Europe does not backslide on its climate commitments and galvanize G7 efforts to establish a cooperative Climate Club.

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