Title: Think Global, Act Profitable
Author: Michael Binnion
Publisher: C2C Journal
Date: May 13th, 2019
- We already have some of the world’s toughest emissions standards and practices in numerous areas of manufacturing, processing and resource extraction, delivering very high rates of productivity per unit of greenhouse gas emissions.
- This points to the need for a “common sense climate policy” that exploits Canada’s comparative advantage in embedded emissions to compete internationally while reducing global emissions.
- Shifting more aluminum production to Canada by making our domestic industry more competitive would increase Canadian carbon emissions by 0.6 megatonnes of CO2 equivalent per year by 2030
- We won’t save the planet with less Canada. Canadians are already among the best in the world at addressing many pressing challenges. What the planet really needs is more Canadian-made, low-emission products.