Our team looks at past trends in Canadian attitudes toward environmental issues, to explore how opinions may be shifting in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our recently updated tracking study on energy issues reveals that a majority of Canadians continue to support the development of the oil sands and the construction of pipelines to move product.
Tony Coulson and Sarah Roberton discuss current Canadian attitudes towards climate change and carbon pricing based on years of Environics Research tracking.
Group VP of Public Affairs Tony Coulson breaks down the current messaging issues regarding Canada’s pipeline infrastructure and the six in ten Canadians who don’t hold strong views on the issue.
Federal scientists say Ottawa has made progress in efforts to un-muzzle science, but much more needs to be done
The Trudeau government has made progress in its efforts to reverse the impacts of muzzling under the previous government, says a new survey report conducted by Environics Research and released by [...]
Watch our VP of Corporate and Public Affairs, Sarah Roberton and Pollution Probe CEO Ingrid Thompson use a SWOT analysis to discuss Canadians’ opinions and behaviour about climate change and a [...]
What caused the death of TransCanada's Energy East pipeline proposal? Some say it was government and the regulatory process, some blame the economy and others the environmentalists.
Not long ago, Americans were more likely than Canadians to support the Keystone XL pipeline. Today, the tables have turned.