Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should be adopting the UN approach and saying things like, 'To ensure future generations escape from the horrors of climate change, we must all make tough and painful sacrifices for the greater good.'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Oct. 17, 2018, understands that voters don’t see climate change in the same way our grandparents saw Hitler. Climate change is more of an abstract threat, a threat few people actually comprehend. And maybe the UN understands this too, writes Gerry Nicholls. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OAKVILLE, ONT.—As I watch the politics of “climate change” unfold, on both the national and international level, I see it evolving into a game of “Good Climate Cop” versus “Bad Climate Cop.”
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