Canada's Commissioner of Environment and Sustainable Development leaves his job at
the end of the month. As he prepares to leave the job he's held for five years, Scott Vaughan says Canadians still have some critical environmental issues to deal with.
Scott Vaughan has filed eight reports as Commissioner of Environment and Sustainable Development
. He's held the job for five years, but he's leaving the post at the end of this month -- two years before his term is over.
His new job will be heading up the International Institute for Sustainable Development
. It's a Canadian-based public policy research think tank advancing policy recommendations concerning the environment and sustainable development. With just a few more weeks left as Canada's environmental commissioner, we spoke to Scott Vaughan about his time on the job.
This segment was produced by Ottawa Network Producer, Elizabeth Hay.
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