When things cost more, people conserve. When energy costs more, they cut back on use. When transportation costs more, people’s driving habits change.
Nova Scotia Premier Tim Houston was on the news last week attacking the federal carbon pricing program. But he is also lined up looking for financial help in the wake of disastrous loss of life and property caused by fires and floods resulting from global warming in his province, writes Sheila Copps. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade