This Tyee Solutions Society series sets out to consider just what B.C.’s four-year-old Climate Action Plan has and hasn’t accomplished so far, including what informed observers say deserves rethinking. Veteran journalists Chris Pollon and Tom Barrett take the measure of Carbon Plan support — or not — in today’s political context; look in on how B.C.’s unique-in-North-America carbon tax is working out; pull back the curtain on the mysterious world of carbon “offsets”; and more.
Download a PDF of the complete series here: BC’s Quest for Carbon Neutrality
This series was produced by Tyee Solutions Society (TSS) in collaboration with Tides Canada Initiatives. Funding for this series was provided by the Bullitt Foundation; Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada; and Hospital Employees' Union. All funders sign releases guaranteeing TSS full editorial autonomy. TSS funders and Tides Canada Initiatives neither influence nor endorse the particular content of TSS’ reporting. Other publications wishing to publish this story or other Tyee Solutions Society-produced articles, please contact Chris Wood