Reviving old Canadian emissions laws won't clean the air, says David Suzuki Foundation
"Instead of acting to cut pollution, the government is offering hollow rhetoric as a smokescreen for ignoring existing laws that could make a real difference if they were enforced," David Suzuki Foundation policy analyst Dale Marshall said after an initial review of the law. The Foundation's biggest problem with the law is that the "only definite element is more consultation, potentially delaying real action for years." Let's hope it doesn't take another 25.
[Source: Climate Change Saskatchewan]
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