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Dale Marshall

Dale Marshall is national program manager for Environmental Defence.

Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | February 2, 2022
Environment and Climate Change Minister Steven Guilbeault, pictured Jan. 31, 2022, arriving for Question Period. For years, the oil and gas lobby has worked to weaken, block, and delay every climate policy that might affect them. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | February 2, 2022
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | February 2, 2022
Environment and Climate Change Minister Steven Guilbeault, pictured Jan. 31, 2022, arriving for Question Period. For years, the oil and gas lobby has worked to weaken, block, and delay every climate policy that might affect them. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | December 8, 2021
Governments use Canada Energy Regulator's scenarios to make decisions about public policy. Their analysis is critical, writes Dale Marshall. Strangely, the CER's Energy Futures report does not estimate carbon emissions for Canada for any of its scenarios. It is a shocking omission when climate change should be the major consideration in any decisions regarding energy development Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | December 8, 2021
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | December 8, 2021
Governments use Canada Energy Regulator's scenarios to make decisions about public policy. Their analysis is critical, writes Dale Marshall. Strangely, the CER's Energy Futures report does not estimate carbon emissions for Canada for any of its scenarios. It is a shocking omission when climate change should be the major consideration in any decisions regarding energy development Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | December 9, 2019
Regardless of the political math, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Nov. 20, 2019, may feel that he needs to allow weaker systems in all three provinces, in the interest of federal-provincial harmony. But for the country, that will mean less effective climate policies, higher carbon emissions, and provincial unfairness. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | December 9, 2019
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | December 9, 2019
Regardless of the political math, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Nov. 20, 2019, may feel that he needs to allow weaker systems in all three provinces, in the interest of federal-provincial harmony. But for the country, that will mean less effective climate policies, higher carbon emissions, and provincial unfairness. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | March 11, 2019
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured in this file photo on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | March 11, 2019
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | March 11, 2019
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured in this file photo on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY CATHERINE ABREU, DALE MARSHALL | October 29, 2018
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured recently on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY CATHERINE ABREU, DALE MARSHALL | October 29, 2018
Opinion | BY CATHERINE ABREU, DALE MARSHALL | October 29, 2018
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured recently on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | December 11, 2017
Over 50 presidents and prime ministers are expected at the Macron summit. Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured in a recent Hill scrum, will be representing Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | December 11, 2017
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | December 11, 2017
Over 50 presidents and prime ministers are expected at the Macron summit. Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured in a recent Hill scrum, will be representing Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | October 9, 2017
Canada's federal Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured on the Hill recently. The federal government needs to take the commissioner’s report seriously, by working harder and faster to implement the needed climate policies, and ensuring that this and future governments have the tools to track progress on Canada’s carbon emissions, writes Dale Marshall. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | October 9, 2017
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | October 9, 2017
Canada's federal Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured on the Hill recently. The federal government needs to take the commissioner’s report seriously, by working harder and faster to implement the needed climate policies, and ensuring that this and future governments have the tools to track progress on Canada’s carbon emissions, writes Dale Marshall. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | March 6, 2017
Finance Minister Bill Morneau, pictured in this file photo. With one hand, governments take revenue from polluters based on how much carbon they emit, and with the other they give money back to those same polluters in the form of subsidies—$3.3-billion per year, according to recent estimates, writes Dale Marshall. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | March 6, 2017
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | March 6, 2017
Finance Minister Bill Morneau, pictured in this file photo. With one hand, governments take revenue from polluters based on how much carbon they emit, and with the other they give money back to those same polluters in the form of subsidies—$3.3-billion per year, according to recent estimates, writes Dale Marshall. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | December 5, 2016
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured in this file photo. The race is on, and time is short for carbon emission reductions to surge ahead of carbon emission increases. Until then, this race will end terribly for much of the world, and any claims of climate leadership will sound hollow. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | December 5, 2016
Opinion | BY DALE MARSHALL | December 5, 2016
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured in this file photo. The race is on, and time is short for carbon emission reductions to surge ahead of carbon emission increases. Until then, this race will end terribly for much of the world, and any claims of climate leadership will sound hollow. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright