The Price is Right 17 10 DOWNLOAD PDF (5.4MB) —Nick Walker, with illustrations by Jacques Perrault Read more stories from the Winter 2016 issue of Energy Exchange magazine Showing 10 comments ken stephenson February 2, 2017 Reply the carbon tax is to improve the environment then why are we not all in saskatchewan studing there capsure which is already working to the tune of taking 100 plus ton of carbon out and disposing it . it says the capsure and disposel is in effeck of takeing 250000 cars of the streets per year. what are we doing here, as far as i can see we are doing nothing , the answer is staring us right in the face, by the whey thy don t have a carbon tax . Jomarie Dagpin January 31, 2017 Reply Carbon tax! Climate change and global warming is a myth and unproven to fix and help clean the air that we breath.. but government corruption, scam, and greediness are proven! People now a days are having a hard time to trust easily because of the hidden agenda’s! Now tell me who to blame if this thing wont work? I’m not imposing that i believe anything of this, i’m just more on, i’m concern! Megan J. January 26, 2017 Reply Sounds like some Canadians are hopping on the “alternative facts” band wagon and only choosing to believe what they want rather than listening to the facts which have been backed up by years of research and studies. Because that makes sense in this backwards world, right?? bill mccutcheon January 15, 2017 Reply as a farmer I continually sequester carbon through plants and trees etc yet all the fuel I use is increasing by several percent with no chance of recovery how can I get credit for my contribution george downing January 14, 2017 Reply Governments seem to get more creative in finding ways to squeeze citizens a bit harder to extract more money from them.A carbon tax is yet another way of doing this.In the long run, I don’t think that introducing this tax will do anything in reducing global warming or have any real impact on climate change. This old globe we call home will continue to change in whatever way it will and humans will have very little impact on the consequences. Joe January 11, 2017 Reply Global warming is very real. And the best way to stop it is by giving more money to the government. Because they can simply pay the earth to chill out. That’s the logic here. Denise Amyot January 8, 2017 Reply Isn’t this double taxing? Businesses are being taxed for their product and I as a consumer am being taxed again for the same product? Dave January 5, 2017 Reply If people still go out and vote after this carbon tax is forced on the citizens of Canada they are living in dreamland. The fact is our vote don’t matter and they have lied with their false science and kept real scientific opposition out of the media. Global warming was a scam and proven a scam so they changed the title to climate change. Now they are charging us with every breath we exhale. When winter changes to summer as per the “climate change” we will all pay for that too, welcome to the Luciferian new world order!…Use cash, back out of the system, don’t vote! Energy Exchange January 5, 2017 Reply Thank you for reaching out. At Energy Exchange we are committed to providing a systems-based understanding of energy production and use in Canada, from our sources of energy to the energy services and amenities they provide. This includes the impact our energy system has on the world around us. The term global warming refers to “the increase in Earth’s average surface temperature due to rising levels of greenhouse gases” and their effect on the planet (http://go.nasa.gov/2iLRLcg) On the other hand, climate change refers to “a long-term change in the Earth’s climate, or of a region on Earth”. (http://go.nasa.gov/2iLRLcg) So what is climate? While weather is what we experience day-to-day, climate is an average of surface temperatures and precipitation patterns in a place over a long period of time. We can use climate data to tell us what is normal weather for a region throughout the seasons. The National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) has a good explanation: “We talk about climate change in terms of years, decades, and centuries. Scientists study climate to look for trends or cycles of variability, such as the changes in wind patterns, ocean surface temperatures and precipitation over the equatorial Pacific that result in El Niño and La Niña, and also to place cycles or other phenomena into the bigger picture of possible longer term or more permanent climate changes.” (http://bit.ly/2iHOwA1) The scientific evidence that human-induced climate change is real is unequivocal. The effects of climate change do not look the same around the world, and this often can cause confusion when you live in an area that is not seeing these effects first hand – effects such as unpredictable and extreme weather events that are being experienced elsewhere. (http://bit.ly/2iF86PC) You and other Energy Exchange readers might find this website of particular interest concerning your questions regarding climate change: http://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/. Alex Campbell October 10, 2016 Reply Hydro rates THROUGH the roof,too afraid to utilize my own hydro as keeping warm requires over 700.00 a month and being pensioned off,due to a injury,just can’t cut it.Whynn should see it from this side of the fence,struggle to keep warm,know what it is like to conserve.People will soon freeze to death because of her Leave a Reply to bill mccutcheon Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.