1. Op-eds and essays

"The Accidental Activist." The Walrus. March, 2013.

"Jobs for us, a planet for our kids." The Vancouver Sun. February 16, 2012.

"Pipeline itself not the only problem we should worry about." The Vancouver Sun. January 25, 2012.

"Full Steam Ahead? In moving toward a clean energy future, unbridled optimism has its pitfalls." Literary Review of Canada. January/February, 2012.

"PM's Unintentions Exposed: Carbon pricing report reveals the fiction behind Harper's climate promises." Alternatives Journal, 2011.

"Let's Get Serious: Focusing on behavioural change is an easy excuse for politicians to avoid implementing greenhouse-gas-cutting laws." Alternatives Journal, 2011.

"R&D: Act Three in The Climate-Policy Tragi-Comedy." Alternatives Journal, 2011.

"The Case of Carbon Neutrality: Buying your way to innocence sounds too good to be true. It probably is." Alternatives Journal, 2011.

"Minimizing the inevitable rate hike: What is best for BC Hydro - to be run by its review panel or independent regulation of the past three decades?" The Vancouver Sun. August 23, 2011.

"Campbell's hidden $200-million tax cut." The Vancouver Sun. April 12, 2011.

"A coal-fired plant and the lie of the land." The Globe and Mail. August 11, 2011.

"Carbon neutral public sector: a myth B.C. cannot afford." The Vancouver Sun. July 20, 2011.

"Six reasons to delay joining California's cap-and-trade program." The Vancouver Sun. June 9, 2011. (with Hadi Dowlatabadi).

"A convenient excuse for climate inaction." The Globe and Mail. November 30, 2010.

"B.C.'s dishonesty on climate change." The Vancouver Sun. July 28, 2010. (with Brad Griffin).

"B.C.'s Clean Energy Act: Balancing government control and independent regulation." The Vancouver Sun. June 4, 2010.

"The Climate Change Olympics: Perhaps some healthy provincial competition can get Canada moving." Literary Review of Canada. May, 2010.

"Canadian climate policy: the past, the present and the future." The Globe and Mail. February 16, 2009.

"Copenhagen: Not learning the lessons of Kyoto." The Vancouver Sun. December 14, 2009.

"Was the carbon tax smart politics? Or the cause of a 'near run thing' election?" The Vancouver Sun. May 20, 2009.

"Climate policy misinformation: Pity the voter." The Vancouver Sun. April 20, 2009.

2. Policy papers

Johansson, T. (et al., including M. Jaccard), “Global Energy Assessment – Summary for Policy Makers and Technical Summary,” In Johansson, T., Patwardhan, A., Nakicenovic, N. and L. Gomez-Echeverri (eds.) The Global Energy Assessment: Towards a Sustainable Future, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012.

Jaccard, M., “The political acceptability of carbon taxes: lessons from British Columbia,” In J. Milne and M. Andersen, Handbook of Research on Environmental Taxation Elsevier, 175-191, 2012.

Jaccard, M. (convening lead author) et al., “Energy Policies: Objectives and Instruments,” In Johansson, T., Patwardhan, A., Nakicenovic, N. and L. Gomez-Echeverri (eds.) The Global Energy Assessment: Towards a Sustainable Future, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1549-1602, 2012.

Jaccard, M., Melton, N. and J. Nyboer, 2012, "Scaling Up Renewable Electricity in British Columbia: Tackling the Institutional and Political Challenges." Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions Policy Brief, 16 pages.

Jaccard, M. and B. Griffin, 2011, "BC’s Carbon-Neutral Public Sector: Too Good to be True?" Simon Fraser University Policy Brief, 8 pages.

Murphy, R. and M. Jaccard, “Energy efficiency and the cost of GHG abatement: A comparison of bottom-up and hybrid models for the US,” Energy Policy, V.39 (11), 2011, pp 7146-7155.

Jaccard, M. and J. Tu, “Show some enthusiasm, but not too much: carbon capture and storage development prospects in China,” Global Environmental Change, V21, 2011, 402-412.

Jaccard, M. and B. Griffin, 2010, "Shale Gas and Climate Targets: Can They be Reconciled?" Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions Policy Brief, 12 pages.

Peters, J., Bataille, C., Rivers, N. and M. Jaccard, “Taxing emissions, not income: How to moderate the regional impact of federal climate policy in Canada,” CD Howe Institute, No.314, 2010, 24 pages.

Jaccard, M., and J. Sharp, “Carbon capture and storage in Canada,” in J. Meadowcroft and O. Langhelle (eds.) Caching the Carbon: The Politics and Policy of Carbon Capture and Storage Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2009, 75-97.

Jaccard, M., “Peak oil and market feedbacks: Chicken Little versus Dr. Pangloss,” in T. Homer-Dixon (ed.) Carbon Shift, 2009, Toronto: Random House, 97-132.

Jaccard, M. "Designing Canada’s Low-Carb Diet: Options for Effective Climate Policy," CD Howe Institute Benefactors Lecture 2007, 37 pages.

3. Scholarly papers