Canada should tackle a tougher climate target
Trudeau's embrace of internationalism can help Canada lead a push for more ambitious greenhouse gas reductions.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau signed the Paris Climate Agreement at the UN headquarters in New York in April, committing Canada to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 30 per cent from 2005 levels by 2030. Canada can and should do even better than that, say researchers from Australia and the U.K. Photograph by Amanda Voisard courtesy of the UN