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Feds ‘aware’ of climate change risks, but IPCC authors say politics delaying action

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Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Politicians in Canada and internationally, are delaying taking serious action on climate change mitigation because tough policies don’t have an immediate payoff and will take decades to have an impact on climate change, say experts.

 

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Feds ‘aware’ of climate change risks, but IPCC authors say politics delaying action

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Politicians in Canada and internationally, are delaying taking serious action on climate change mitigation because tough policies don’t have an immediate payoff and will take decades to have an impact on climate change, say experts.

 

  

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