Army Guy Posted October 28, 2021 Report Share Posted October 28, 2021 Justin new climate plan are very ambitious to say the least , but is this just more gastro air from the liberals much like the last climate change targets... Quote The Clean Prosperity analysis says those three things alone could get Canada almost halfway to the new target the Trudeau Liberals set last spring, to cut emissions 40 to 45 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030. The previous target was 30 per cent below 2005 levels. Quote But Trudeau has substantially upped the ante in his climate plan over the last 12 months, including promising to end the sale of gas-powered cars and create an emissions-free power grid, both by 2035, as well as capping emissions from oil and gas and then forcing them downward, no later than 2025. the end of gas power cars, looks like trucks are going to be the next best option...and the emission free power grid, now that is funney. Here is what climate specialist are saying about our boy .... and it is not flattering, kind of like his last vist to BC indigenous people... where they just told him to bend over we are driving. Quote Catherine Abreu, executive director of Destination Zero, said Canada and Trudeau brought a lot to the table in Paris. "But since then, there's been a growing recognition of the disconnect between the rhetoric that Canada brings to those kinds of conferences and the actual on-the-ground progress," she said. Here is another flattering comment Quote Clean Prosperity's executive director Michael Bernstein says taken altogether, Liberal climate promises could get up to 41 per cent below 2005 in time to meet the 2030 goal. Canada has not met an emissions goal yet, blowing well past the targets set for both 2012 and 2020. and while off topic here is another one of Justins promises that is not being kept...and yet the Canadian delegation wants to make it a talking point for this trip, the world already knows we are not very trust worthy when it comes to our PM who promises the moon and delivers a barge for of garbage. Canadian officials said prior to the trip that Canada is making vaccine equity one of its priorities for the talks, even though Canada's own record on the matter is not great. After promising over the summer that 40 million doses would be donated to the COVAX global vaccine sharing alliance, Canada has thus far distributed just 2.6 million of them. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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