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Canadians want action on climate change they are frustrated by the inability of Canada to develop a credible path forward. For years, governments that have mouthed platitudes about reducing greenhouse gas emissions while making no credible efforts to meet our international obligations.
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She says she made that clear to the administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
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The Donald loves his waterfront estates, but he's not too concerned with rising sea levels.
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Abandoning the pact was one of Trump's principal campaign pledges.
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In this week's headlines we learn that U.S. President Donald Trump is proceeding to present a budget according to his "America First" policy.
Last week marked the 10th anniversary of An Inconvenient Truth, the Al Gore documentary that catapulted climate change onto the global agenda. Here's a quick look at developments over the past decade, both the inconvenient and the convenient.
Politicians convinced themselves and the compliant mainstream media that the accord all 195 countries signed was an amazing breakthrough document. The agreement is jam-packed with lofty language and idealistic goals. However, it is totally lacking in legally binding mechanisms that will hold governments to emission limits.