A thought experiment for Earth Day: imagine a world where environmental, social, and governance performance are taken as seriously as the bottom line.
Our recent survey in collaboration with WWF-Canada reveals that 77% of Canadians believe that we are at a crisis point and must act in the next 10 years to reverse biodiversity loss
We’re another year closer to 2050 and the world’s stated goal of net zero emissions. Nations have just agreed to protect 30 percent of the world’s land, water and marine areas by 2030. Does this add up to adequate progress?
The report looks at the Canadian context and puts it in a global perspective, with comparisons to 12 other countries provided by Environics’ research partners in the IRIS network.
As Throne Speech Focuses on Managing COVID-19, Canadians Indicate Broad Support for a Green Recovery
In taking a cautious approach to pandemic recovery, the government may have underestimated Canadians’ readiness for dramatic climate action
Environics Research looks at past trends in Canadian attitudes toward environmental issues to explore how opinions may be shifting with COVID
Will Canadians Accept A Carbon Tax?ARTICLE BYTony CoulsonOriginally published on Tuesday October 17, 2018 in The Globe and Mail A recent report from the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change sounded an urgent warning about ...
Canadians Remain On Board With Energy ProjectsARTICLE BYTony CoulsonOriginally published on August 31, 2018 in The Globe and Mail In late May, the federal government made a deal to purchase the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline and ...
A Tale Of Two Investors: How DIY Investors Are Reacting To COVID-19ARTICLE BYTony CoulsonOriginally published on Tuesday October 24, 2017 in The Globe and Mail What caused the death of TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline proposal? Some say it ...