Canada's climate success within reach if the tar sands do their fair share

National Observer, Climate change, Barry Saxifrage, Road to Paris

Barry Saxifrage's previous article detailed just how far Canada is falling behind the US in the climate fight. This article explores how Canadians can get back on track.

In the run up to the global Paris 2015 conference, the world expects all major climate polluting nations to announce even deeper emissions cuts for 2030. The US has already promised to double the speed of their cuts.

In contrast, Canada, the world's tenth largest climate polluting nation, lacks a plan to meet its promises. Instead emissions are projected to rise into the future. The pressure is growing rapidly for Canadians to do their fair share in the climate fight. But how?

Read the full story on the National Observer.

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