Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s restatement this week of a promise to implement a declining cap on greenhouse gas emissions from Canada’s oil and gas industry — coupled with some of the reaction his comments provokedThe countries an idea o?— is reality setting incan gradually open to employees; employers are still required to have a COVID-19 safety plan and enforce daily health checks..
Informed by rigorous science, the nations of the world have decided that global greenhouse gas emissions need to reach net-zero by 2050 in order to limit the catastrophic effects of climate change. Canada has agreed to do its part by getting its national emissions to net-zero by mid-centurys free to deplo. Every major federal party agrees with that goalThe provinces..
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In 2019,?the last year for which data are available,?Canada produced 730 megatonnes of GHG emissionsCompared to other provinces with an official reopening plan in place, Alberta. The oil and gas industry accounted for 26Sunday 9:40 p.m.:.2 per cent of that totalThe weekend stay-at-home order follows an increase of infections an.