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Opinion Piece by Matthew Hoffmann on OpenCanada.org: Any common ground on Canada’s pipeline problem? Read more here.

Matthew Hoffmann Quoted in Canadian Press article by Paola Loriggio: Green programs tied to Ontario’s cap and trade in limbo as Ford vows to scrap carbon pricing. Read more here.

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The politics of decarbonization and the catalytic impact of subnational climate experiments. Read more here.

The Untimely Expansion of Coal Capacity in New External Markets. Read more here.

Waterfront Toronto and the Transformation of the Green Building Market. Find out more here.

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Attitudes on Fracking, Energy Politics, and Climate Change. More information here.