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How to end Canada’s cycle of making and breaking global commitments on climate change

The federal government can deliver on a once-in-a-generation opportunity to show the world that Canada can make good on its climate commitments.
Opinion|By Dale Marshall
Canada should work with its allies to put a carbon tax on international transport fuels and earmark the revenue to help meet international climate financing commitments.
Opinion|By Dale Marshall
The report is a wake-up call. Canada is not on track to meet its 2030 climate commitments, while timelines on policy implementation are getting longer and measures to address climate change continue to weaken.
Opinion|By Dale Marshall
It is an old axiom that governments signal their priorities through what they spend money on. The pan-Canadian climate framework is a milestone for Canada when it comes to action on climate change.
Opinion|By Dale Marshall
The prime minister and Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna need to explain how new pipelines and LNG terminals that will be around for 40 or 50 years fit within a coherent national climate change framework.
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