B.C. Has Work To Do In Meeting Climate Targets; Carbon Capture Good For Canada

If Canada is to reach its $170 per tonne carbon pricing trajectory by 2030, then British Columbia’s current carbon tax program, designed to work at a $40-$50-per-tonne price, will no longer work in the future and therefore it must be “revisited,” says George Heyman, the province’s minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy.

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