Blog

Interview of Woman for Nature Laren Stadelman, MBA, FCMC, President of Stadelman Consulting Inc., management consultant, and coach by Woman for Nature...

Read more

Some in the business community are uncertain whether the Ontario Cap and Trade (CT) program will survive a Progressive Conservative win in the...

Read more

By all accounts, Ontario’s first Cap and Trade (C&T) auction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions allowances held on March 22, 2017 was a success.

Read more

Interview of new Woman for Nature Wendy MacKeigan, by Woman for Nature Sharolyn Mathieu Vettese.

Read more

More needs to be done to ensure the success of Ontario’s Cap and Trade (C&T) program, otherwise misinformation and misunderstanding will be...

Read more

There is a lot of confusion between cap and trade (C&T) and a carbon tax.  This is understandable because it is all newly mainstream since the Paris...

Read more

This piece is an interview of a new Women for Nature member, Dr. Karen Farbridge by Sharolyn Mathieu Vettese who is also a Women for Nature member....

Read more

Ontario’s Cap and Trade program sounded promising when it was legislated, but looking at it more closely, it doesn’t have the legs to support the new...

Read more

Politicians and journalists still state emphatically that the rising price of electricity is caused by high feed-in-tariff rates paid to renewable...

Read more

Yes, of course, it makes sense for natural, existing forests to count as a credit in carbon cap and trade, but right now they don’t. Urban forests...

Read more

Share

web site development by SeeThrough Web