Given three decades of failure—the equivalent of the precious weeks wasted before governments reacted seriously to COVID-19—the emergency treatment now required must be a regulated and managed decline of fossil fuel production.
Fort McMurray, Alta., pictured. Fossil-producing regions could have a few more years of fossil production that do make money while a Green New Deal-style plan builds out renewable potential that will, in time, create a much more stable and resilient, less fossil-flammable economy, writes Bill Henderson. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
GIBSONS, B.C.—First of all, I’d like to thank Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland and her government’s leadership and competence in its medical and economic response to the pandemic.
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