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Canada's past climate promises have been a flop. Could that change at this summit?
Canada's past climate promises have been a flop. Could this time be different? The U.S. is hosting a climate summit in a rapidly altering world, riven by geopolitical tension, changing technology, and a warming planet. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used it to set a new target of 40-45 per cent emissions cuts.
Carbon-cutting strategy should take a couple of pages from the campaign against smoking
The fight to phase out smoking was a public policy success, and two government actions in particular are worth emulating when it comes to reducing carbon emissions, writes Eric Campbell.
Biden urges countries to meet this 'moment of peril' by stepping up emissions cuts
Saying the United States and other big economies "have to get this done," U.S. President Joe Biden opened a global climate summit Thursday aimed at getting world leaders to dig deeper on emissions cuts. The United States pledged to cut in half the amount of climate-wrecking coal and petroleum fumes it is pumping out.
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NASA's Ingenuity helicopter makes historic 1st flight on Mars
Rogers says service starting to return after Canada-wide wireless outage
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