March 07, 2016
The February release of Ontario’s draft regulations for the province’s cap-and-trade program has stirred the ongoing discussion about various aspects of the program, including the pace of implementation. Partner and expert in environmental and climate change issues Tyson Dyck commented on the draft rules for an article in QP Briefing. Below is an excerpt of the article.
Tyson Dyck, a partner at Torys LLP and member of the law firm’s environmental and energy groups, says a similar issue in California took months to sort out.
“I think generally there’s a concern that this program is moving very quickly,” Dyck told QP Briefing. “It’s a very complex system, and the quicker you move, the more likely there is to be some unexpected outcomes.”
To download a PDF of the full article, click here.
Tyson will be presenting on the new cap-and-trade rules with Canada’s former Deputy Minister of the Environment, Paul Boothe. Learn more about the event here.
Get our latest update on Ontario's cap-and-trade system here.