Canada’s climate changing faster than in rest of the world, our laws need to catch up
By Alan AndrewsApr. 8, 2019
At the federal level, this must include setting stricter, legally-binding targets and arming the public with tools to hold government to account for meeting those targets.
It’s no wonder students across the country, inspired by 16-year-old Greta Thunberg, taking to the streets as part of the worldwide Fridays for Future strikes, writes Alan Andrews. Photograph courtesy Commons Wikipedia
When we talk about climate change, we often focus on the number 1.5.
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