It may come as a surprise to some that Alberta pioneered carbon pricing — not just in Canada, but for all of North America.
The hot weather seems to be part of a longer-term trend of above-average temperatures. Last month, Environment Canada said this spring was the warmest Canada has experienced since modern nationwide record-keeping began in 1948. This followed a winter that was also the hottest on record. Except for the springs of 2002 and 2004, temperatures have remained above normal in Canada for the last nine years.
Lou Dobbs interviewed Gavin Schmidt, Michael Mann and Alan Robock tonight about global warming and states that the debate is over on his program. Dobbs wants to focus not on whether there's a problem and what is responsible, but rather on finding solutions.