Join me for two great webinars on carbon pricing

Following the Supreme Court decision, upholding the federal carbon pricing law, smart prosperity hosted two great conversations. I moderated the first webinar, on the legal significance of the case, and represented the Green party in the second webinar on the politics of carbon pricing. Both were high quality conversations with knowledgeable people, lots of Insight for the time invested. Don't miss them.

Our great all-party panel on the Politics of #CarbonPricing after the #SupremeCourt decision was between myself and Mia RabsonKen BoessenkoolGerald ButtsBrian Topp, and Dale Beugin. Watch it now at 

https://institute.smartprosperity.ca/multimedia/politics-carbon-pricing

#climatecrisis #climateaction

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