Meanwhile, the oil sands operations produce over 70 megatonnes of emissions every year.
And it’s driven by human activity.
Between 1990 and 2019, Canada’s emissions dropped only 8 times—the largest was in 2009, 3 years into Harper’s administration.
16 new projects announced by Emissions Reduction Alberta pledge to take 6.8 Mt of emissions out of the atmosphere.
Most of that was generated from pollution in coal power plants, bitumen extraction, and aggregate oil & gas facilities.
SAGE endorses 2 mayoral candidates and 7 councillor candidates.
And their emissions increased 17.4% between 2009 and 2019.
A voter sent me the following question: I see you are taking some questions on your campaign positions and responding on your website. I’m wondering what your position is on climate change action. The recent IPCC report paints a dire picture of the need for immediate and significant action to keep from worsening the climate […]
The federal government partnered with two energy companies to make the more than $750,000 investment possible.
Canada should spend money on people in Canada. But they absolutely should be spending money on countries elsewhere.