Canada will work with any country that is serious about climate action.
British Columbia politicians received $5.2 million in donations from 48 fossil fuel companies and industry groups between 2008 and 2015.
Canada and the EU must step up and assume global leadership on climate change in the face of “geopolitical uncertainties”.
As Trump’s rhetoric leaves the world in doubt over what his plan is to tackle climate change, China is being thrust into a leadership role.
After decades of delays, the EU has given the International Maritime Organization until 2023 to come up with its own emission controls...or else one will be imposed.
Based on current emissions and our production outlook,” by 2025-2026 the cap will be breached.” By 2030, the sector will be emitting at a level 10% above the cap.