Candidates are pushing for stronger climate action, concerned about increased emissions from liquefied natural gas project.
Spokesman says the federal government has never done a proper climate review of the Trans Mountain project.
Says it would kill jobs and hurt productivity; warning signs of difficult economic times ahead.
Companies have mined about 4 billion tons of coal from US federal reserves in the past decade.
Report accuses the industry of successfully lobbying Canada to water down climate policies.
Even with $40 billion LNG export terminal at Kitimat, Horgan claims government would still meet its emissions reduction targets.
Global carbon emissions must bend no later than 2020 to stand a chance of staying under 2 degrees C.
McKenna insists coal plants will pay a carbon price until national regulations force the plants out of existence by 2030.
A new US report says to plant more trees and manage forests better, conserve soils, and capture carbon.
Received information the automakers held meetings to discuss clean technologies aimed at limiting car exhaust emissions.
ACEA warns against overly stringent CO2 targets, and unrealistic sales quota for battery electric vehicles.
Province is fighting federal carbon strategy.
Obama administration rule set limits for emissions of mercury, arsenic and other toxic air pollutants from coal- and oil-fired power plants.
And they still only account for one out of every 50 vehicles purchased in Canada.
States to get broad authority to determine how to restrict greenhouse gas emissions.