Fcpp.Org: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Fcpp.Org related to Carbon Credits. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Carbon Credits.

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All Media Count   13
News Count (W/Clustered)   2 (15.38%)
Distinct Stories   2
Blog Count   10 (76.92%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   1.03
Combined Polarization   8.68
Combined Activity   0.95
Combined Personalization   0.95
News Tone   -1.22
Blog Tone   1.48
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   6/17/2011
Last Seen   8/19/2013
News/Social Ratio  15.38%
Attention/Loyalty  12 / 2955 days (0.41%)
Domain Type   Blog
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Related People

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Peter Holle   23.08% (3)
Al Gore   23.08% (3)
Michelle Stirling-Anosh   15.38% (2)
Steve Lafleur   15.38% (2)
Tim Oates   7.69% (1)

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Related Organizations

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University Of Winnipeg   15.38% (2)
Athabasca University   15.38% (2)
Ipcc   15.38% (2)
University Certificate In Career Development   15.38% (2)
Pembina Institute   15.38% (2)

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Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan   61.54% (8)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada   23.08% (3)
Alberta, Alberta, Canada   23.08% (3)
Victoria, Seychelles (General), Seychelles   23.08% (3)
Pembina, Alberta, Canada   15.38% (2)

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Russia   7.69% (2)
United Kingdom   7.69% (2)
Seychelles   7.69% (2)
Germany   7.69% (2)
United States   7.69% (2)

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Ontario, Canada   15.38% (2)
Seychelles (General), Seychelles   15.38% (2)
Kyoto, Japan   15.38% (2)
Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany   7.69% (1)
Alberta, Canada   7.69% (1)

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California, United States   7.69% (1)
Massachusetts, United States   7.69% (1)
Colorado, United States   7.69% (1)

Outlet Location Countries

Canada   7.69% (2)



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Top News Outlets

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Fcpp.Org   15.38% (2)

Top Blogs

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following blogs:

Fcpp.Org   76.92% (10)

News Articles

All 2 news articles:


Dr. Tim Ball, Historical Climatologist: FCPP - Frontier Centre for Public Policy

...... things. In the trade wars Europe saw an opportunity they think that the trade imbalance is in favour of North America because it has low energy costs so they thought if they could put a carbon tax onto North America then they could level that trade playing field with regard to production of products and also in terms of market sales. Europeans, of course, have also agreed to the Kyoto Accord ......

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Tone: -0.06%
Pol: 6.49%
Act: 25.00%
Per: 3.27%
Que: 15.33%
Exc: 0.00%

Climate Change, Greenhouse Gas Emissions And Canada: Do People Still Care?: FCPP - Frontier Centre for Public Policy

...... 49th Parallel. The study also found Canadians are more willing than our American cousins to pay for energy from renewable sources. The biggest split in opinion was over the question of a carbon tax or cap-and-trade scheme. While most Americans do not support such policy options, a majority of Canadians said they would support them, even if it came with a cost of $50 per month in energy ......

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Tone: -2.38%
Pol: 8.05%
Act: 23.47%
Per: 1.47%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Blog Posts

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Carbon Taxes a War On the Poor: FCPP - Frontier Centre for Public Policy

...... Carbon Taxes a War On the Poor A catastrophic waste of public money Rumour in the oil patch has it that U.S. President Barack Obama’s price for the Keystone XL pipeline to go ahead is the imposition of a carbon tax. While the oil companies don’t really care – they will make so much off of Keystone that a tax would be a blip – the same can’t be said for the poor ......

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Tone: 1.07%
Pol: 8.12%
Act: 19.76%
Per: 0.21%
Que: 2.70%
Exc: 0.00%

The Carbon Trading Money Tree: FCPP - Frontier Centre for Public Policy

...... and thousands of environmental activists and government bureaucrats – and others are trying to cash in. I recently read an article in a South African magazine concerning carbon trading. Headlined "The Big C is a Money Tree," the article included a picture of a tree with hundreds of dollar bills hanging on the branches. Its essence was that people can easily make loads of money in ......

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Tone: 2.81%
Pol: 7.21%
Act: 24.22%
Per: 0.38%
Que: 3.64%
Exc: 1.82%

The Kyoto Scorecard: FCPP - Frontier Centre for Public Policy

...... and the closure of inefficient Soviet-era industries. Europe's cap-and-trade system also encourages industry to move production abroad while pocketing payments in the form of "carbon credits." As for the U.S., it saw an emissions increase of only 10.3% between 1990 and 2010, despite economic and population growth that outpaced most of the industrialized world. Some of the thanks ......

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Tone: 2.97%
Pol: 7.92%
Act: 22.61%
Per: 0.83%
Que: 6.06%
Exc: 0.00%

The Doha Wealth Redistribution Process Moves On: FCPP - Frontier Centre for Public Policy

...... That means the new agreement is legally non-binding and covers only at best 15% of global carbon dioxide emissions. While the European Union joined in and remains committed to "carbon trading" (making former UNFCC chair Yvo DeBoer happy in his new role as a carbon trader, á la Al Gore), the United States, Brazil, Russia, India, China, Canada, Japan and other major emitters refused ......

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Tone: 1.65%
Pol: 9.30%
Act: 18.07%
Per: 0.46%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 2.04%

Thomas Mulcair Leads the Carbon War Room Charge: FCPP - Frontier Centre for Public Policy

...... like the "Prevent oil sands fever" campaign in Saskatchewan (co-funded by the anti-oil sands LUSH Cosmetics). This past March, Pembina Institute was in Washington proclaiming that a fat carbon tax was required on oil sands emissions to manage climate change. The 2010 NDP report on the environment was based largely on the testimony of Tides-funded Pembina Institute’s Simon Dyer. NDP ......

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Tone: 0.62%
Pol: 9.25%
Act: 18.91%
Per: 0.62%
Que: 2.56%
Exc: 0.00%

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