The destruction of Lytton exemplifies the disproportionate impact climate change has on Indigenous communities in Canada.
Indicators point to Silicon Valley losing its edge as a leader in the tech industry. Can another North American city capture the title and reap the potential benefits?
A Political Union Between Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the UK is Possible if Implemented Correctly
A proposed political and economic union between Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom has attracted controversy, but if implemented correctly it could provide significant benefits to the four members and their citizens.
In the fight against climate change, market mechanisms aimed to incentivize polluting firms to switch to less carbon-intensive methods of production, such as the carbon tax, have received high levels of support from experts. Essentially, a carbon tax places a dollar amount of tax per tonne of carbon emitted and
Like many developing economies, Turkey is overly reliant on imports for oil and natural gas. To decrease this dependency, it should continue to push towards renewable energy.
Oil companies have come under intense pressure to shift their business models away from fossil fuel extraction to limit damage done to the climate. Two of the largest, BP and Exxon, have responded in significantly different ways.
China and Australia are engaged in a trade war over Australia’s calls for an inquiry into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic. While acting overtly, China’s position may be more vulnerable than may first appear.
China’s massive Belt and Road Initiative poses three major geopolitical and economic implications for a middle power like Canada.