Feds’ climate bill a ‘significant achievement’—and it’s full of holes: experts
‘The biggest risk is that we’re going to backload the policies and the efforts that we’re going to need,’ says Michael Bernstein.
Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson held a press conference in Ottawa on Nov. 19, 2020, flanked by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna, after his government introduced a bill to require regular government reports on reducing greenhouse gas emissions for the next 30 years into Parliament. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
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