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Canada Submits Low Reduction Target to U.N. Climate Talks

Canada Submits Low Reduction Target to U.N. Climate Talks

Delegates at the United Nations climate talks, held August 11-14 in Bonn, submitted CO2 reduction targets that fell short of cuts — between 25 and 40 percent — outlined by a U.N. panel of scientists. Industrialized nations, excluding the U.S., have only planned to reduce greenhouse gas emissions between 15 and 20 percent below 1990-levels […]

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KYOTOplus: Change Canadian Policy to Adopt Kyoto Protocol

KYOTOplus: Change Canadian Policy to Adopt Kyoto Protocol

A petition by the Council of Canadians for politicians to support the 2nd phase of the Kyoto Protocol this December 2009 in Copenhagen, Denmark: KYOTOplus: Climate Action Now!  Petition Faced with climate change and diminishing resources globally, we are at a critical juncture for energy policy. Now, more than ever, we need a Canadian Energy […]

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How Cap-and-Trade Could Replace Foreign Aid

How Cap-and-Trade Could Replace Foreign Aid

Developing countries could earn tens of billions of dollars from pollution credits thanks to climate change?and make foreign aid a thing of the past in the process. Read on…

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Welcome to the New Climate

Welcome to the New Climate

Climate change is no longer a vague threat. A new Globe polls finds that 4 out of 5 Canadians say they’ve seen it first-hand. Read the Globe’s Full Report…

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Climate Policy’s Odd Man Out

Climate Policy’s Odd Man Out

The view from Washington: Debate is fast passing Bush by.

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Kyoto: The bottom line on climate change

Kyoto: The bottom line on climate change

Greenpeace has some basic demands for addressing global warming, beginning with implementation of the Kyoto Protocol. Full Greenpeace media release…

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Tories get a warning on environment

Tories get a warning on environment

Need European-style climate-change strategy to get NDP support in House.

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Minister Baird: Provide Canadians with a Strong, Credible Response to Climate Change

Minister Baird: Provide Canadians with a Strong, Credible Response to Climate Change

Climate Action Network Canada/R?seau action climat Canada (CAN-RAC) today calls on Canada?s Environment Minister John Baird to provide Canadians with a strong, credible response to climate change.

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Green plan limited, PM warns

Green plan limited, PM warns

Canada will be off Kyoto targets by 50 per cent in 2012, Harper says.

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The greening of the oil sands

The greening of the oil sands

Thursday at lunchtime, it’s 4 Celsius outside Robert Mansell’s office at the University of Calgary, right in line with the balmy January temperatures straight across Canada, from Vancouver to Halifax.

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