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On June 26, 2007, the Kyoto Protocol Implementation Act became law. Simply put, this law requires the federal government to meet Canada’s Kyoto target, first by producing a plan to honour Canada’s obligations under the Kyoto Protocol and then by putting that plan into effect through regulations and other measures. The federal government has opposed this bill from the beginning, voting against it at every stage in Parliament.
A number of environmental organizations plan to ask the federal courts to rule that the government has failed to comply with the law. The courts have the power to order the federal government to live up to the requirements of the Kyoto Protocol Implementation Act.
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