October 10, 2017 by Ronjoy Bezbarua
(Source: The Globe and Mail) The federal government fares poorly when it comes to meeting commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and preparing Canada to adapt to climate change, the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development reported Tuesday. In a broad audit of Ottawa’s climate-change policies, the Environment Commissioner Julie Gelfand found that only five of 19 government departments and agencies had fully assessed the risks posed by climate change and acted to address them. Read full article….
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