Green Energy Act Paradox

The Ontario Green Energy Act, passed in May 2009, is extremely popular with the public notwithstanding both its infringements on basic individual and democratic rights, and also the substantially higher electricity rates it will cause. This post suggests that close coordination between government, renewable energy businesses, and environmental organizations, particularly government funding of environmental groups, helps to explain the political success of the legislation. This video was part of a panel presentation by Tom Adams at the York University Osgoode Hall Law School Professional Development conference June 15, 2009.

Federal Government Grants

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Cerebral Palsy Education, Advocacy, National Institute of Health Funding, Government Funding

Federal Government Grants

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