On December 21st the Liberal government published draft regulations requiring that all new passenger vehicles and light trucks sold in Canada after 2035 be electric zero-emission vehicles. The rules will be phased in gradually, starting with a 20% requirement in 2026.
Nicolas Daher works for EIU as Lead Energy Analyst. He specialises in energy and climate change issues, covering energy markets and commodities, the energy transition, and energy policies and economics.
Dexter Thillien works for EIU as the lead analyst for technology and telecommunications. He has also published several reports, the latest on 5G and cyber-security, and has presented to a wide range of audiences since 2010.
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On January 31st India and the US announced partnerships in the fields of space, defence, semiconductors and next-generation technologies.
Following a meeting of the Counter Ransomware Initiative in Washington DC in November 2022, Australia has taken the lead in creating the International Counter Ransomware Task Force, which includes 37 countries.
Climate change poses a big risk for Thailand, but the country’s current commitment to combat climate change at a global level remains modest.
A powerful earthquake and multiple severe aftershocks on February 6th have left several thousand people dead or injured in north‑western Syria and caused extensive damage to infrastructure.
A year on from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the war is entering a transitional phase that looks set to end in stalemate. Both sides have suffered heavy losses, but are unlikely to agree to concessions this year. How will continued sanctions and Russia’s shrinking economy affect geopolitics in 2023?
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EIU’s 2022 Democracy Index sheds light on global democracy trends in the shadow of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. This seismic event sent shockwaves around the world and revealed divisions between the developed democracies backing Ukraine and many developing countries that chose not to take sides.